It's the end of Strive Sport in Denmark.
With Wednesday's announcement of the sale of the rights to La Liga, Serie A and MLS, there are simply no products back with a streaming service.
In an email to users telling Strive Sport, therefore, that their subscriptions will automatically close 7. January of next year.
'You don't need to do anything,' as the alert sounds for the customers in the mail.
Strive Sport entered the Danish market in the summer of 2018, when you bought the rights to just the La Liga and Serie A as a battering ram to get hold of the Danish sports fans.
Since it was so to a collaboration with TV 2, where the Danish tv-channel has sent a couple of matches a week from the two big european leagues.
Now assuming the TV 2 so everything Strive the Sport is on the menu.
But what does it mean for the Strive Sports-customers who have bought and paid for a subscription in the new year?
In the email to customers reads it from the soon-to-former streaming service that customers will be refunded any amount they have prepaid.
at the same time, they offered an advantageous contract with TV 2 instead'. It happens via an exclusive gavekode', which customers receive just 4. January, when the TV 2 new channel goes live.
Introduktionstilbuddet sounds that they get the first 14 days of the TV 2-streaming service, TV 2 Play, free. Subsequently, they are offered the next six months to 79 dollars per. month. The normal price is 179 dollars.
Until January, where the transfer of rights endegyldt, will matches be sent in parallel with the TELEVISION 2 and the Strive Sport.
At Strive Sport has been fine with sending the rights to the Danish tv-station.
"TV 2 has followed it, we have built up with the Strive, and I am glad that the rights end up so experienced hands," says Kristian Hysén, managing director of IMG, the company behind the Strive Sport.
"La Liga, Serie A and MLS will continue to evolve as an important part of TV 2s wager with TV 2 Sport X."Updated Date: 27 November 2019, 12:00