Eurosport has extended its Formula E broadcast deal for a further three years, reports sportsontelly.com.
The deal comes into effect from this December and will see the channel bring motoring fans all the action across 14 races from iconic cities such as New York City and Paris – as well as new additions Rome, Santiago and Sao Paulo.
Eurosport says will sub-licence some rights to free to air broadcasters in several countries, including the UK.
Eurosport CEO Peter Hutton said: “With its unique approach to innovation and willingness to try new things to deepen engagement with passionate motorsport fans, there is a very real symmetry between Formula E and Eurosport’s values.
“Having broadcast the championship on Eurosport for the past two seasons, we believe we have played an important part in helping to grow the sport.
“Particularly when you consider our established coverage of motorsport in Europe, we are thrilled to be able to play a part in bringing the sport to more people and seeing Formula E back on Eurosport’s screens once again for 2017-18.”