GLORY, the world's largest kickboxing organization, and on-demand streaming service Videoland have signed a multi-year agreement making the platform the exclusive provider of all GLORY events in the Netherlands.
The partnership will kick off with GLORY 81 on August 20th, followed by GLORY COLLISION 4 on October 8th and GLORY 82 on November 19th. The newly created GLORY Rivals series will be streaming on the platform as well starting with GLORY Rivals 2 on September 17th and GLORY Rivals 3 on November 5th. GLORY content outside of events will also be made available to Videoland’s subscribers.
Scott Rudmann, Executive Vice-Chairman of GLORY: “We are delighted to begin this landmark digital distribution partnership with Videoland. Videoland is the top streaming platform in the Netherlands, and it’s owned by the same group that owns the television broadcaster that was GLORY’s first broadcast partner in the Netherlands. The Videoland team is very talented, and they understand our sport. Their platform has tremendous reach and makes our content more accessible to everyone in Holland. Fans can expect to see all the current GLORY talent in action, as well as to watch the developments of the next generation of combat talent exclusively on Videoland. We have some more exciting announcements about this partnership as well coming in the following weeks, so keep an eye out.”
Ellen van den Berghe, Head of Content Videoland: "By adding GLORY to Videoland, we want to give Dutch fight sport fans a place to watch the best fights of national and international top athletes. This is an important step in our aim to offer more live sports and other events. We are looking forward to great matches from Badr Hari, Alistair Overeem, Rico Verhoeven, Jamal Ben Saddik, Gökhan Saki and all other GLORY athletes. Besides the live fights, we will expand our offer with even more local content for the Dutch combat sports fans in the future.”
Media Relations Team, GLORY
Marieke Saly, RTL Communications
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