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Women’s Sports Network Announces WNFC Game of the Week Rights Ahead of Playoff Season.

The Women’s National Football Conference (WNFC) continues to grow media and sponsorship

rights at a blazing pace, announcing today a new “Game of the Week” content rights deal with The Women’s Sports Network.

The league recently renewed sponsorship agreements with DICK’S Sporting Goods and adidas, added Web3 “Blue Zone” sponsor HUMBL, and announced the launch of wSCORE, a direct-to-consumer service LIVE streaming 100% of all games for the 2023 season. Additionally, the WNFC season kicked off a streaming deal with international distributor DAZN, securing additional access to live WNFC matches for audiences around the world.

"This new deal with the Women’s Sports Network is exciting for us all. WSN is answering the call for a dedicated home for women’s sports 24-7. We believe in the network's vision and are aligned on the objective. WNFC athletes are ready to show the world what they can do!” - WNFC Commissioner – Janice Masters

Women’s Sports Network offers access to 1500+ hours of women's sports programming, including the network’s signature daily studio show, “GAME ON”, original storytelling, live games and events, and award-winning documentaries on athletes. The Women’s Sports Network will additionally supply league-specific digital content across multiple social media platforms.

The two brands come together to increase access, representation, and visibility for women in sports, closing the gap in media coverage for these phenomenal athletes and giving sports fans around the league deeper connections. “This is what the Women’s Sports Network is all about, offering a dedicated platform for leagues like WNFC to not only be more readily available for their audiences but deepen the storytelling of these amazing athletes, celebrate their success, and elevate their presence across the sports industry,” said Stuart McLean, CEO of FAST Studios and pioneer in the FAST channel space.

WSN Coverage of the WNFC kicks off with post-live coverage of games from week 1-3. Live game coverage will begin on April 29.


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