MotoGP locks in a new television broadcaster for its United States audience.

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MotoGP finds a familiar new residence for its TV rights in the USA.

MotoGP has forged a partnership with TNT Sports in the United States.

The agreement takes effect immediately, ensuring that this weekend’s 2024 season-opening Qatar MotoGP will be televised.

All Saturday sprint races and Sunday grand prix events will be broadcast live in the US on truTV and Max’s B/R Sports Add-On.

Max’s B/R Sports Add-On will stream every session, including MotoGP qualifying, as well as the Moto2 and Moto3 races.

“This collaboration between MotoGP and TNT Sports marks a new chapter for live MotoGP coverage in the U.S.,” stated a press release.


“Bringing TNT Sports’ top-tier production and coverage to a fervent U.S. audience keen on high-octane motorsports.

“MotoGP joins Max’s B/R Sports Add-On, offering outstanding value with a comprehensive lineup of premium live sports content, such as MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA Men’s March Madness, U.S. Soccer, 24 Hours of Le Mans, and an array of non-live sports programming to cater to every fan.”

TNT Sports, a Warner Bros Discovery subsidiary, is already the MotoGP TV rights holder in the UK.

According to a previous report from Sports Business Journal, MotoGP made this change to “seek growth in America.”

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