TV Channels Broadcasting MotoGP 2022 Season Worldwide (Confirmed)

MotoGP 2022 season starts with the opening race at the Losail, Qatar circuit over the weekend of 04-06 March 2022. MotoGP authorities announced that there will be extensive 2022 MotoGP season coverage around the world with 101 networks bought the rights for MotoGP season. We take a look at what TV channel will be produce live coverage in your part of the world.

MotoGP 2022 TV Coverage Details:

Dorna Sports has the exclusive deal with MotoGP and the company produce what is called “in house live feed” for every grand prix. Dorna Sports than sell this feed to other networks around the world. So all TV networks around the world get the same live feed produced by Dorna Sports. This also include multiscreen feed, special live feed for online streaming and all the live feed comes in with 16:9 widescreen coverage.

Worldwide rights for TV & Online Streaming:

Dorna Sports sell rights for entire motoGP season to different networks around the world. Network who buys MotoGP rights have to ensure they broadcast the live coverage both on TV and via Online Streaming (web & Mobile).

United StatesNBC Sports
United KingdomBT Sports
SpainDAZN (Exclusive rights)
GermanyDAZN (Exclusive rights)
ItalySky Sports Italy & DAZN
MaltaTotal Sports
AustraliaFox Sports
New ZealandSky NZ
Asian CountriesFox Sports Asia
South KoreaStar Sports
Indian-Subcontinent (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh etc)StarSports & EuroSports
Caribbean CountriesESPN
South AmericaESPN Latin
Middle-EastbeIN Sports
South AfricaSuper Sports
Sub-Saharan AfricaSuper Sports
North AfricabeIN Sports
CanadaSportsnet (Not Confirmed)
Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland) Viasat Sports
PolandPolsat Sports
Czech RepublicNovaSports
CroatiaSport Klub
TurkeyS Sports
GreeceCosmote Sports
BulgariaMax Sports
IsraelSport 5

1 thought on “TV Channels Broadcasting MotoGP 2022 Season Worldwide (Confirmed)”

  1. On January 22, 2021, NBCUniversal announced that the network would cease their operations and hand over rights to USA network. So you might want to update accordingly

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