The top two football streams on the iPhone are owned by the same company and the third is owned by an independent channel, according to a report from UK TV station TalkSport.
The report claimed the two companies own the main revenue streams of the sport, which includes advertising revenue, and also share some of the streaming platform’s analytics.
According to the report, there is no real competition between the two, although it did reveal that olamon Stream is currently in talks with several football broadcasters.
The article claims the top two streams are owned by the same company and the third stream is owned by an independent channel.
The Top Two sports are football, rugby union, and rugby league, according to the TalkSport report.
“Football is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and with more than a billion people watching it each week, football is the third most watched sport in the UK.
The number of viewers for football on the Big 4 has risen by more than 20 per cent to 6.6 billion viewers per year,” it said.
It is worth noting that the Top Two sport does not include rugby union or rugby league in its main revenue sources, and therefore does not qualify as a sport as the BBC and Sky Sports are not part of the same entity.
A spokesman for TalkSport said the outlet had “no information to confirm the claims made in this report”.