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Aišku viskas labai tolimoje perspektyvoje, bet žinant kad Lietuvoje visuomenė(nekalbant apie individus) nesinaudoja jokiais kitais socialiniais tinklais, tai galėtų lietuviai parodyti iniciatyvą ir tapti vienais pirmųjų partnerių EuropojeThe social networking giant will livestream regular season matches of American soccer through a partnership with Major League Soccer and Univision Deportes, the companies announced Friday.
It's not the first time Facebook has scored in live and in live, professional soccer. Through a partnership with Univision, Facebook is streaming 46 games from Mexico's top soccer league Liga MX to the network's U.S. users.
What's interesting here is that Univision Deportes has committed to exclusive content and commentary for these games. It's not just a translation from Spanish to English. Rather, the games will have "Facebook-specific commentators, interactive graphics and fan Q&A and polling features," according to the press release.
What this means for soccer fans on Facebook: it's a new way to watch live sports.
"So even if they're not at the stadium, people can watch the game on Facebook with a great view of the action while interacting with a highly engaged community of fans," Dan Reed, Facebook Head of Global Sports Partnerships, said in a statement.
What this mean for everyone else: easily consumable soccer if you so wish to watch. And, for sure, more live-streaming deals to come.