Tour of the Alps goes Worldwide: live broadcast in 100 Countries

The Euroregional stage race (April 16th-20th) announces an extensive TV coverage with a 1h30 daily live broadcast. The race will also be aired on the web thanks to PMG Sport

Froome, Aru, Pinot, Meintjes, Pozzovivo, Miguel Angel Lopez: the top names of the World cycling are at home at the Tour of the Alps, the euroregional stage race to be held from April 16th to 20th surrounded by the beautiful scenarios of Trentino, Südtirol and Tyrol.

It will be a great show for the cycling fans: on the Euroregional roads and worldwide as well, since the stage race will be aired on TV and online streaming (pc and mobile) thanks to the production cured by PMG Sport, rights holder of the “Ciclismo Cup”. In fact, the Tour of the Alps is part of the Italian circuit organized by Lega Ciclismo Professionistico.

The euroregional event confirms its extensive media coverage with a 1h30 daily live broadcast, and about 20 hours overall on screen, on Eurosport 1 – that will broadcast in Europe, Asia and Oceania – RaiSport (Italia), ORF (Austria), Eleven (North America), Econet (Africa) and more TV and web broadcasters. The images of the Tour of the Alps will be distributed out to 100 Countries, either live, on delay and on demand.

In simulcast with the TV broadcasters, the live coverage of the Tour of the Alps will be streamed on Facebook on the PMG Sport page.

The Tour of the Alps is one of the most important races in the Ciclismo Cup – said the PMG Sport Founder Roberto Ruiniwhere wonderful landscapes are matched the top riders on the international scene. Therefore, we are looking forward to bring this amazing spectacle to the cycling fans all over the World, through TV and web, by producing a 1h30 live coverage each day, enhancing the prestige of the event and these beautiful territories”.

TOUR OF THE ALPS’ BROADCASTERS LIST
Eurosport 1 (Europe, Asia, Oceania)
RaiSport (Italy)
ORF (Austria)
TV 2 (Denmark)
L’Equipe (France)
Eleven (North America)
FloBikes (North America, Central America, South America)
SkySport (New Zealand)
Econet (Africa)

Credits: Bettini