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Motorsport.tv launches free streaming service with ads

01 Mar 2019 | Rasmus Larsen |

In addition to its paid subscription, Motorsport.tv has launched a free tier with commercials to its streaming service. It offers access to over 1,000 live events and more than 3000 hours of on-demand content.

Motorsport.tv freemium streaming

Motorsport.tv offers live races and on-demand content from various four and two-wheel competitions from around the globe. Some of these include World Superbikes, FIA World Endurance Championship, and Super Formula. More prominent live races such as Formula 1 are not included.

In addition to its subscription plan that offers ad-free viewing for $4 / €3.5 / Ł4 per month, the company is now launching a free streaming service with ads. It offers access to some of the content available on the platform.

- “As Motorsport Network’s hub for video content, the freemium service provides fan access to videos from 125 different motorsport series, including over 1,000 live stream events and races each season and more than 3,000 hours of quality video-on-demand without charge. In addition, users who take advantage of free registration can also create their own customised channel and set alerts for their preferred live events,” the company announced.


 Motorsport.tv


Motorsport.tv previously operated a pan-European TV channel that was shuttered in September 2018. The company is now concentrating its efforts on its streaming service.

Motorsports.tv claims to service the “world’s largest motorsport and automotive audience”. The streaming service is available in USA, Europe, and Canada through Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Android, iOS, and the web.



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