Time Warner’s Turner will launch a standalone sports streaming service, the company said Thursday, with the plan being to launch it for consumers in 2018, Reuters reports.
“The service will offer access to UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches as part of a three-year multiplatform rights agreement with the governing body of European football beginning with the 2018-19 season,” Reuters reports. “Turner will add other content to the service as it becomes available, executives said. Pricing has yet to be determined.”
The announcement comes amid a wave of cord cutting and follows news last week that Disney will launch a sports-themed ESPN streaming service. CBS Corp. also reportedly has plans to launch an online sports service, Reuters notes.