The National Premier Soccer League has announced MyCujoo has been selected as the league’s preferred live streaming partner.
The multi-year partnership runs through January 2021.
“The NPSL is extremely excited about our partnership with MyCujoo,” NPSL board member and Kingston Stockade FC chairman Dennis Crowley said. “Having a central location where fans can watch matches from NPSL clubs all over the country will be great for our fans and great for the visibility of the league. MyCujoo’s tools will allow us to offer a level of professionalism and consistency we haven’t been able to offer in the past when it comes to live streaming.”
The deal provides MyCujoo with exclusive digital rights to the league’s matches over the period of the contract.
“The fact that we now own rights across the country, in both the women’s and the men’s game, gives us the scale to really start making our community model work in the U.S.,” MyCujoo CEO Pedro Presa said.
MyCujoo, a company based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, is transforming the sports broadcast market by providing rights-holders with free broadcasting technology, viewers with free content, and enabling players and fans to take an active, creative role in content creation and distribution.
“MyCujoo is the only football technology which allows players to claim their own highlights – and to share those highlights with fans, family, and friends,” Presa said. “By creating this technology, we believe that we can build a real footballing community across the world, and support the NPSL and all our partners in gaining more visibility and engagement with players and fans.”