StreamAMG and B4 Capital partner to launch Serie B TV – To Live Broadcast Italy’s Serie B Football League

Europe’s leading online video and streaming specialist StreamAMG today announces that it has launched Serie B TV, an OTT-based platform to broadcast live top fixtures of the Italian Lega Serie B championship, on the brand new website

Serie B TV will broadcast in live the most anticipated three Serie B games per match round to Italian football fans. The new platform will be available across Europe, with the exclusion of Italy, Germany and the Netherlands according to Italian broadcasting regulations.

The schedule for live games will be made available at a minimum of 10 days ahead directly on the website ensuring that fans will know exactly when their favourite team is going to be featured. In addition to live fixtures, Italian fans will also get to enjoy on-demand games for a period of 8 days, as well as a weekly highlights magazine of all league games.

Made up of 22 teams, Serie B league ranks amongst the most competitive and passionate football leagues across Europe, with local powerhouses such as Bari, Brescia, Hellas Verona, Pisa and Cittadella all featuring.

The deal brings StreamAMG’s cutting edge video technology to Serie B TV, through a video subscription pay-per-view platform. The service will offer a multiple device-compatible structure with live games, on demand content and match highlights. The new platform will not only show weekly league games, but also the end of season play-offs.

The website will go live in October 2016 and three subscription plans will be initially available for fans to purchase:

-Weekly Pass at €4.95

-Monthly Pass at €9.95

-Season 16/17 pass at €34.95

All three offers include live games, on-demand games and the weekly highlights magazine for the chosen period and can be purchased on the new website

This project represents a milestone for StreamAMG as it’s the third collaboration for the business in Italy after deals with basketball league LNP (Lega Pallacanestro Nazionale) and volleyball league LVF (Lega Pallavollo Femminile).

Through this announcement of the brand new platform, Serie B TV becomes the exclusive way to follow the Serie B championship live outside of Italy.