Spanish soccer league La Liga launched a sports-streaming service named LaLigaSportsTV, Variety reported March 25.
The new service will offer coverage of games from sports such as soccer, American football, basketball, boxing, hockey and racing. Viewers in and out of Spain will be able to watch events after their real-time broadcasts.
The free service excludes streaming content from second-division league La Liga 1|2|3.
Users will be able to access LaLigaSportsTV on various platforms including iOS and Android devices, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.-branded smart TVs Google LLC's Chromecast and Apple Inc.'s Apple TV.
LaLigaSportsTV is part of the LaLigaSports project, which aims to promote content from lower-profile Spanish sports federations that do not get mainstream media coverage.
La Liga has been working to expand its reach to various streaming platforms. Its free-to-air matches are currently streamed live in the Indian subcontinent via Facebook Inc., as well as in Scotland through STV Group PLC's STV Player under a tie-up with broadcaster Eleven Sports Network Ltd.