Formula 1 and MotoGP They are two sports whose rights were bought for the Movistar platform, and in addition, Telefónica secured the exclusivity to be able to broadcast these two sports without competition in our territory. The digital TV platform offered the Movistar F1 and Movistar MotoGP channels where only motorsport content was broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, in 2020 Movistar MotoGP was lost and went to the DAZN platform. This year, that option is still there, but MotoGP returns to Movistar + like last year, since the signed agreement was until 2022.
So that you don't miss a single second of the World Cup, here we offer you a complete guide on how and where you can watch MotoGP in 2022. Something that we have also told you to be able to watch f1 online free. In addition, as we are going to tell you, there are important changes with respect to the MotoGP broadcast and it is likely that you will quite like the new movements that have been made to give the viewer other more interesting options.
Thus, this year you will have more freedom to watch MotoGP compared to last year thanks to this new agreement with the sports streaming platform and the Spanish OTT. And, so that you don't miss anything about the new world championship, here is a list with all the valid options to do so, as well as the 2022 MotoGP calendar:
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Where to watch the 2022 MotoGP World Championship live and online?
With Movistar we had rates of around €80 to €145 per month, to which we would have to add the €10/month of the engine package. But that will no longer be the case with the arrival of Dazn, which has revolutionized the sector. In fact, the British streaming company has been reinforced with very professional staff, such as Verónica Diquattro, who has extensive experience in the sector, since she has worked on the Spotify platform.
In fact, from DAZN you can watch the 2022 MotoGP world championship live, at a price that you will surely be able to afford.
The DAZN 1 month free promotion is no longer available, so you won't find this offer on any other website anymore.
What Dazn intends is to become the Netflix of sport with many other sports available apart from MotoGP. In fact, it has made a strong commitment to MotoGP and has bought the broadcasting rights in Spain for four seasons, that is, from 2019 to this year 2022. In addition, in our territory, MotoGP, SBK and FIM CEV will form an independent package (it will not include in the football pack or other sports) unlike other countries.
Therefore, the price to see MotoGP on Dazn is quite affordable, and most fans can afford it, who will only have to pay €9,99/month without permanence (or €99,99 per year), a figure even cheaper than Movistar's engine-only package, to which all the other services imposed on you would have to be added. In the case of Dazn, it will not be like that and we will only pay that... and also now it is on sale and They offer you a month of MotoGP for free. To contract it you just have to click here.
The Dazn service allows you to view content live and OnDemand, so you can view content from past races at your leisure. In addition, you not only have MotoGP, but also Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE, with all the official sessions of these sports covered, that is, from FP1 to the race on Sunday. That includes support races for the Talent Cups, official press conferences and other interesting activities.
Watch MotoGP on mobile
All of that is included under this flat rate cheap, with which you can access content from any device: SmartTV, smartphones, Android TV Box, Chromecast, tablets, consoles (PlayStation and Xbox) and PC, without the need for long-term contracts, so it is another advantage and It allows you to stop paying whenever you want if you don't like what you see or don't want it anymore. Does it seem little to you? Well, I'll tell you that now it offers 30 days of free service to try it...
Both for mobile devices, in Google Play and App Store, as for Smart TV in their app stores, the DAZN client app is available that you can install to enjoy the content with a single subscription that is valid for all the devices you have, without the need to pay a subscription for each of them. Of course, you can see them simultaneously in one of them.
It's been a few years since MotoGP It is not broadcast openly and for free in Spain, a pity for many fans of this sport. Last year it seemed that TVE was about to reach an agreement with DAZN to broadcast a race, like the Spanish one, openly, as has also happened in Formula 1 with the Spanish GP. This meant that the Styrian Motorcycling Grand Prix and the Aragon Grand Prix in Motorland could be followed from TVE1.
Although DAZN has already reached this type of agreement in the past with some channels to transfer part of the content for free broadcast, this year it is still up in the air. But since December 2021 it has been known that RTVE is negotiating with DAZN to reach an agreement and broadcast a minimum of 2 open races. This year 2022, 4 races will be held in Spanish territory: Jerez (May 1), Montmeló (June 5), Aragón (September 18) and Valencia (November 6), of which 2 could be broadcast openly, and could be the first two or Montmeló and Aragón. It is yet to be seen. In addition, you already know that the summaries of all the races of the year are recovered on Teledeporte (Tdp).
Unexpectedly, Movistar + has lost the exclusivity of the Formula 1 World Cup, something that did not seem possible. The one who has managed to snatch this honor from him is DAZN. But, in the agreement, the streaming platform that would also take away the exclusivity of MotoGP last year, has given up its Formula 1 and MotoGP channels so that they can also be seen from the OTT platform. But this agreement expires this year, it remains to be seen if they renew or if MotoGP disappears from the Telefónica platform in 2023.
That is to say, although it is no longer owned by Movistar, both F1 and MotoGP 2022, They can be seen on Movistar +. That is part of the agreement that they have reached, so you have the option to watch both sports on one or the other platform, as it suits you, and the content and team of commentators will be exactly the same.
In short, Movistar + now has DAZN F1 with Formula 1, and two other channels called DAZN 1 and DAZN 2 have been enabled to view the rest of the new content. In addition, work is being done on a DAZN 3 and DAZN 4 against the clock, to offer more content. However, being able to see the engine package goes up this year, which goes from €7 to €10 per month, while for the option of MotoGP and Superbikes, which is the Dportes package, goes from €10 to €15. Only new subscribers will be able to enjoy the previous cheaper prices…
This option is paying and legal, and it can be useful for those who can afford to pay for this service, although much more profitable than the Movistar+ option. By €139.99 It gives you access to the first race of the 2023 season, and all the MotoGP 2022 races. In addition, you will be able to watch the races with commentary in several languages, including Spanish and English.
You can See more information about the annual subscription y subscribe on the official website. Once you have it, you can watch the races from any device connected to the Internet or you can connect it via an HDMI cable to your TV to watch it more comfortably and on a larger screen. Of course, you won't miss any session, since they are all available live, as well as exclusive reports and an entire archive of videos and races of this sport since 1992.
Satellite dish and IPTV to watch MotoGP for free in 2022
If you have the option to install a satellite dish At home, you can catch some international channels that broadcast MotoGP free-to-air. This is free, you only pay for the device, even if the language is different from yours. The good thing is that this investment, in addition to MotoGP, can allow you to capture other channels and sports (also Formula 1), with channels such as Eurosport (Astra 1L (19,2º E) and search on the frequency 12226 H (275000 – 3/4 ) from where the MotoGP World Championship is broadcast openly.
Remember that the German channel Servus TV has the emission rights for the MotoGP World Championship from 2019 to 2023. Therefore, it is another of the options that you have at your disposal, with a dish oriented to the Astra satellite, since the online rebroadcast that can be enjoyed in Germany is not available outside the German borders, and VPSs do not always work with these services…
Within the option of accessing other channels where the MotoGP World Championship is broadcast on pay or open for other channels, we have the option of IPTV services. With these services we can watch a multitude of international channels from the smartTV, smartphone, tablet or computer. But this type of services notice that they are not entirely legal.
Channels from other countries
Some televisions from other countries they do have the rights to broadcast the MotoGP World Championship openly. As is logical, this method has the disadvantage that each one will do it in the corresponding language. In any case, here are the chains that broadcast openly:
|Network Ten and One||Australia|
|RTBF La Deux||Belgium|
|Guangdong Television and Tencent||China|
|US (GP Assen)||Netherlands|
2022 MotoGP Calendar:
And so you know when the World Cup starts and the dates of each raceHere is the agenda for this new season:
|March 4-6||Qatar Grand Prix||Losail International Circuit|
|March 18-20||Indonesian Grand Prix**||Mandalika International Street Circuit|
|April 1-3||Grand Prize of the Argentine Republic||Rio Hondo hot springs|
|April 8-10||Grand Prize of the Americas||Circuit of the Americas|
|April 22-24||Grand Prix of Portugal||Algarve|
|29 1 April to May||Spanish Grand Prix||Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit|
|13-15 May||Grand Prix of France||Le Mans|
|27-29 May||Italian Grand Prix||Mugello racetrack|
|3-5 for June||Grand Prix of Catalonia||Circuit of Barcelona-Catalonia|
|17-19 for June||German Grand Prix||Sachsenring|
|24-26 for June||TT Assen||TT Circuit Assen|
|July 8-10||Finnish Grand Prix**||KymiRing|
|August 5-7||Grand Prix of Great Britain||Silverstone Circuit|
|August 19-21||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring Spielberg|
|September 2-4||Grand Prix of San Marino and Rimini Riviera||Misano World Circuit|
|September 16-18||Gran Premio de Aragón||MotorLand Aragon|
|September 23-25||Japan Grand Prix||Twin Ring Motegi|
|September 30 to October 2||Thailand Grand Prix||Chang International Circuit|
|October 14-16||Australian Grand Prix||Philip Island|
|October 21-23||Malaysian Grand Prix||Sepang International Circuit|
|4-6 for November||Valencia Grand Prix||Circuit of the Valencian Community-Ricardo Tormo|
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