The Queens League Oysho and the Kings League InfoJobs will be available on television via Mediaset España from this weekend onwards. Kosmos and the media company have reached an agreement to broadcast one live match from each of the competitions at 8 p.m. during the debut of the women’s competition and the start of the second split of the men’s competition. These two will begin on 6 and 7 May respectively and you will be able to enjoy them until the end of July. On the opening day, Cuatro will broadcast PIO FC vs Aniquiladoras FC on Saturday and Porcinos FC vs xBuyer Team on Sunday, broadening the scope of the sporting competition that is breaking the mould of the beautiful game with new rules, as well as a more entertaining and exciting football since its arrival in January 2023.
As a part of this agreement, both the match highlights and the best moments from the pre-match and post-match programmes, Chup Chup and After, will also be available on Mediaset España. “We are very happy to be able to announce this agreement with a company as important in the audiovisual world as Mediaset España. We hope that the audience will be able to enjoy this show and we believe that this union will help Queens League Oysho and Kings League InfoJobs to reach a much greater audience”, said the president of Kosmos, Gerard Piqué.
In just three months of the competition organised by Kosmos, the Kings League InfoJobs has been able to fill the Spotify Camp Nou with 92,522 people at the Final Four which took place on 26 March and saw El Barrio crowned the first ever winner. With an average of more than 557,000 live devices throughout the competition and a peak of 2.16 million at the Final Four, it has exceeded all expectations in its fist steps.
Football stars such as Ronaldinho, Chicharito Hernández, Javier Saviola and many more have become a part of this league, with teams chaired by the biggest Spanish-speaking streamers like Ibai Llanos, TheGrefg and DjMaRiiO or world football stars like Iker Casillas and Kun Agüero. Now it is the Queens League Oysho’s turn. Running parallel to the men’s competition, the Queens League Oysho will take women’s football to a new level and it will be played out with the same rules, format, passion and intensity. The Queens League Oysho and the Kings League InfoJobs will also be broadcast on Mediaset España, which joins this revolutionary sporting spectacle.