LaLiga Pass brings all the First and Second Division football in an OTT that reaches Thailand and Indonesia

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Benzema, Pedri, Joao Felix or Bryan Gil are about to land in Thailand and Indonesia, albeit figuratively. It is not that these players are going to sign for local teams in these countries, but rather that they will join hundreds of others who will arrive online thanks to LaLiga Pass. This is one OTT that will allow you to watch the matches without being linked to an operator although only in these Asian countries (at least for now).

This has been confirmed by LaLiga in a press release in which they comment that this new platform will not only be used for live broadcasts of the first and second division, but also other related content such as summaries, interviews or documentaries. All this in the local language of each country and at a price that, in exchange, would be approximately 2.66 euros (without taking into account the cost or value of each currency).

From LaLiga Sports TV to LaLiga Pass with all the national football

LaLiga Sports Tv

LaLiga Sports TV has been a reality in our country since the end of 2019 and although it has offered a premium version since September, in this do not include first and second division football. It is oriented to other sports such as basketball, handball, hockey and even eSports.

LaLiga Pass yes it will offer all men’s soccer matches of LaLiga Santander and LaLiga OpenBank. Although, as we already mentioned, it will only be in Thailand and Indonesia. There they will offer all the matches live for a monthly subscription of 99 Thai baths and 45,000 Indonesian rupiahs.

LaLiga has described this expansion as a “logical evolution in the competition’s efforts to get closer to its fans around the world”. However, given that Telefónica is the owner of the rights until 2027 In our country, it seems difficult to imagine that the streaming platform that LaLiga wants will end up arriving in our country. Or at least not with football, which is where the highest market value is supposed to be.

Therefore, and even at the expense of future changes in the always controversial television rights, it seems that it will continue to be a chimera to be able to watch all the matches of the national competition on the Internet without being tied to an operator.