GAA Are Looking To Monetise Live Streaming Of Club Matches

GAA County Boards across the country are looking into the live streaming of club matches…

The GAA’s President, John Horan, has already came out and said that the club matches will return before the inter-county season returns.

Due to the coronavirus, the GAA as an organisation are set to lose out on hundreds of millions from revenue streams such as gate receipts.

PART 1: Wexford Weekly - The Fanzone
PART 1: Wexford Weekly - The Fanzone

The GAA are now looking into live streaming should the club championship matches return.

Other broadcasters such as TG4, Eir, Sky and RTÉ may want to jump on board and showcase the club scene now more than ever before. The GAA will be able to monetise and stream club matches that aren’t being broadcasted on any of the aforementioned broadcasters.

To monetise the club matches, the GAA are considering pay-per-view along with offering subscription services.

These live streams would be available through the county’s official website channel and the GAA are being advised to monetise this.

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