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TNT Sports lands rights to Autumn Nations Series in UK and Ireland

TNT Sports lands rights to Autumn Nations Series in UK and Ireland
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TNT Sports inks a deal to add the Autumn Nations Series to its portfolio of rugby rights in the UK and Ireland.

TNT Sports has secured a deal to show this year's Autumn Nations Series in full in the UK and Ireland.

Previously shown by Amazon's Prime Video, the 21-game series begins on November 2 with a match between England and New Zealand at Twickenham.

Other participants this year include Scotland, Fiji, Ireland, France, Japan, Australia, South Africa, Argentina and Portugal.

Andrew Georgiou, president of WBD Sports Europe, said: "To bring the best of international rugby to our TNT Sports subscribers is hugely exciting and another important moment which demonstrates our premium sports rights offering in the UK and Ireland.

"The Autumn Nations Series gives rugby fans access to world-class battles between the northern and southern hemispheres and is one of the highlights in the rugby calendar.

"We are delighted to further extend our TNT Sports rugby portfolio for fans who already have plenty to look forward to for the rest of this season with Gallagher Premiership Rugby, European club rugby, Premiership Women's Rugby and the HSBC SVNS Series."

The news follows TNT's recent announcement of a new deal to broadcast every Premiership Rugby game live starting from 2024-25.

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