Ivi acquires online rights to top football in Russia

Thursday 24 October 2019 | 15:00 CET | News
Russian OTT service Ivi has purchased from the media holding company Gazprom-Media the right to show football matches from the Russian Premier League, European Champions League and Europa League, reports Kommersant. 

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