Fanseat and the LKL have partnered together to offer the live streaming of all of the Betsafe LKL and King Mindaugas Cup action for the coming three seasons starting September 2018.
International fans outside Lithuania will be able to watch all the games and follow all the teams playing in the Betsafe LKL and King Mindaugas Cup, the elite Lithuanian basketball championship with 10 teams playing over 200 games in the Regular Season and Playoffs.
The entire season will be accessible live and on demand on the sports entertainment service Fanseat – www.fanseat.com. Fans can enjoy all the Betsafe LKL matches and King Mindaugas Cup matches as well as all other sports and leagues streamed live on Fanseat, including the Korisliiga (Finnish basketball league), the Basket Ligaen (Danish basketball league), Kategoria Superiore (Albanian football league), the Mestis (Finnish ice hockey league), the Ligue Magnus (French ice hockey league) and many more different sporting events for over 2,000 matches each season, no matter where they are. Fanseat comes with a monthly subscription fee of 7.99€ with the first 14 days free.
Jean-Maël Gineste, General Manager at Fanseat: "We are delighted to partner with the LKL to add another major European basketball league on our global streaming service. Adding the live streaming of the Betsafe LKL and the King Mindaugas Cup for the next three seasons will reinforce the existing Fanseat offering in European basketball and will allow our company to continue exploring new European territories whilst providing basketball fans around the globe with a never seen before level of live coverage of the Betsafe LKL."
Žygimantas Surintas, Executive Director at the LKL: "We understand that online broadcasting is the future for our sport. Taking example from NBA and Euroleague is the right way. We couldn’t monetize online broadcast outside Lithuania until now and Fanseat is offering us the possibility to do so. This partnership with Fanseat will help us to grow awareness around the Betsafe LKL and King Mindaugas Cup as well as improving the quality of our league."