ESPN will stream and televise the 2020 World Tens Series across five territories, allowing audiences across the globe the opportunity to watch the inaugural World Tens.
The sports giant will allow fans living in the USA, Caribbean, Latin America, Brazil and Sub Saharan Africa the chance to catch all the action live from Bermuda, which includes rounds one and two of the World Tens League and the WTS Cup across three consecutive weeks.
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The broadcast partnership will see the World Tens available on ESPN+ in the USA and on ESPN Play across Latin America and the Caribbean.
Coverage of the World Tens will be on the ESPN App in Brazil and viewers in more than 50 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, will be able to tune in live via the ESPN Linear network.
World Tens Series CEO, Jon Phelps said: “When launching a new sports property, it is vitally important to have world-class partners.
“ESPN is one of the biggest names in sport and we are excited to be working together. We hope that sports fans around the world enjoy watching the World Tens Series, via ESPN’s TV and streaming platforms across the coming weeks.”