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European Open Live Coverage Details Announced

By Charles McCracken
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For Immediate Release: 

European Open Live Coverage Details Announced

Live Coverage Included For DGN Subscribers | Bonus Coverage Available Via Pay-Per-View

June 28th, 2022: The first Disc Golf Network live broadcast* of the European Open will take place July 21st – 24th in Nokia, Finland at The Beast. As announced earlier this year, live coverage of rounds 1-4 will be included for active Disc Golf Network Subscribers. Initial access to European Open coverage will only be made available via the Disc Golf Network (either by subscription or PPV) with no final day live broadcasts on YouTube

In addition to standard live coverage of rounds 1-4, the Disc Golf Network will also produce a slate of bonus content that will be available via pay-per-view regardless of subscription status. 

Bonus Coverage To Include

  • Live Broadcast of the President’s Cup (Wednesday, July 20th)
  • Post-Production Coverage of MPO and FPO Rounds 1-4
  • Event Feature Content (short-form videos on the event, player & staff interviews, etc…)
  • Skins Match Post-Production Coverage (released the following week on DGN) 

Non-subscribers can purchase a complete pay-per-view package consisting of the live coverage for rounds 1-4 and the bonus coverage for $19.99. A separate package is also available for $10.99 and includes only FPO and MPO live broadcasts of rounds 1-4.

Existing subscribers can also purchase the bonus content pay-per-view package for $10.00. Subscribers will be given instructions on accessing bonus content via email. 

All live broadcasts and bonus content will live permanently on the Disc Golf Network with select bonus content, including post-production round coverage, being released on the DGPT YouTube channel 30 days post-event. 

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For media inquiries, please contact DGPT Communications Manager, Charles McCracken at charles@dgpt.com.

*Update (June 28th) – in addition to standard Disc Golf Network commentary in English, a separate stream with Finnish commentary will also be made available via the same methods described in this announcement.