Huge interest as WTCR 2022 season airs in 185 countries

The action from the WTCR 2022 – FIA World Touring Car Cup will be broadcast in 185 countries live or delayed, promoter Discovery Sports Events is pleased to announce.

Agreements have been reached with 22 global broadcasters in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Oceania, North America and South America, 15 of which plan to cover the races live. The deals come on top of Eurosport’s long-term commitment to provide extensive coverage of the series and represent an increase from 2021, when WTCR was broadcast in 162 countries.

Among several new broadcast partnerships for 2022, Bilibili is the new home of WTCR in China, while DirecTV will broadcast WTCR in South America. Elsewhere, Caribbean fans can watch the WTCR for the first time following an alliance with SportsMax. A summary of broadcast arrangements for the WTCR 2022 season appears below:

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Africa: LIVE on Supersports in Africa

Asia: LIVE and summaries on beIN Sports and Eurosport Asia, summaries on SpoTV
India: LIVE on Eurosport
Japan: Live coverage and highlights on J SPORTS

Caribbean: Live coverage and highlights on SportsMax

Europe: Live coverage and highlights on Eurosport
Belgium: live coverage and highlights on RTBF
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania: Highlights on TV3
France: Highlights and report planned LIVE on France 3
Slovakia: Live coverage and highlights on RTVS
Spain: Highlights and selected live coverage on Diario AS and RTVE (Teledeporte)
Sweden: Highlights on Kanal 9

Middle East and North Africa: Highlights on beIN Sports

Latin America: LIVE coverage and highlights on DirecTV in South America, LIVE coverage and highlights on Fox Sports in Mexico

North America: Live coverage and highlights on beIN Sports in the US and Canada

Oceania: LIVE coverage and highlights on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia, LIVE coverage and highlights on Sky Sport in New Zealand

Jean-Baptiste Ley, WTCR Director, Discovery Sports Events, said: “The fact that the WTCR will be broadcast in 185 countries in 2022, including considerable live coverage on Eurosport and 22 broadcasters around the world is fantastic for the series and all its stakeholders, but also for the fans. But it shows also the continued huge promotional push and commitment behind Discovery Sports Events WTCR With a top-flight driver line-up and now a strong roster of global broadcasters, WTCR is gearing up for another great season.

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