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All the action from the 2019/20 KHL season will be available for viewers in 32 different countries. The rights to the games are available to a wide range of online and digital broadcasters, as listed below. High quality KHL broadcasts are now available in most of Europe, plus Canada and the USA. There’s also growing coverage in China and Central Asia.

In addition, there are new subscription packages available for official video streams of every game in the regular season and playoffs. Fans can choose between monthly or full-season subscriptions, and can opt to follow one team or have access to every game in the competition. Prices remain low – a single game costs as little as 50 rubles ($0.75, 0.86 Euros), monthly passes are 349 rubles ($5.25, 4.75 Euros) for one club or 449 ($6.75, 6.15 Euros) for every game and season passes are 1,999 rubles ($29.95, 27.27 Euros) for one club or 2,999 ($44.95, 40.91 Euros) for all. For more details, and to order your chosen package, visit

MTG Scandinavia

Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark

TV3 Latvia

Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia


Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary

UPC Switzerland – for info


IKO Sport

Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Slovenia

Perform DAZN (CAN)


Eleven Sports

Eleven Sports Network


Premier Sport

United Kingdom and Ireland

NTRC Uzbekistan


Perform DAZN (GER)

Germany, Austria, Luxembourg


China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan





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