Claro TV Mais added new sports channels to its schedule, this Monday (6). The operator added four Paramount Plus signals, for the transmission of the Conmebol Libertadores and Sudamericana games.
The broadcasters were placed in the same numbers as the extinct Conmebol TV, that is, from 711 to 714. They are accessible to subscribers of plans in Fiber, Box or even in the application to watch via streaming.
To watch matches through the provider’s channels, you must have a current Paramount Plus subscription through Claro. The individual subscription costs BRL 19.90 per month, while the package with Telecine and HBO/HBO Max costs BRL 72.90.
The opening match will take place this Thursday, February 9th, between Boston River – from Uruguay – and Zamora – from Venezuela –, for Libertadores. The broadcast team has yet to be announced.
Paramount Plus purchased the second package of broadcasting rights for Conmebol Libertadores and Conmebol Sudamericana for closed platforms. The contract is valid for four seasons – that is, until 2026 – and does not include the live final – only for VT.
In addition to streaming from Paramount, Disney has the main package of both competitions and will be able to show the decision live. On open TV, Globo has Libertadores, while SBT will show Sul-Americana.
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