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ESPN becomes the official broadcaster of the Magic City Jai-Alai League

Magic City Jai-Alai, the professional jai-alai league in the US, has taken a pivotal step in the development of the sport and has reached an agreement with ESPN to broadcast the league.

Thursday, August 4, 2022
ESPN becomes the official broadcaster of the Magic City Jai-Alai League

ESPN becomes the official broadcaster of the Magic City Jai-Alai League - Photograph by Courtesy of Magic City Jai-Alai and ESPN

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by Taner Korkmaz

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With the multi-year agreement between ESPN and Magic City Jai-Alai, US professional jai-alai league matches will reach more than 200 million households on ESPN2 and ESPN3.

Singles and Doubles matches, which will be played as part of Battle Court Season II in 2022, will be on ESPN3. Battle Court Season II will begin on September 23. With the matches being broadcast on ESPN, jai-alai will be introduced to large audiences in the US and will reach the most popular spot in the history of the jai-alai sport.

Announced as the fastest game in the world, jai-alai offers a suitable atmosphere for television broadcasting with its state-of-the-art glass court. Magic City Jai-Alai, which has made it more popular every day with the innovations it has brought to the sport since 2018, has achieved great success by reaching an agreement with ESPN.