During the period between 2022 and 2025, the Premier League will raise €6.32 billion (£36.7 billion at today’s prices) from Premier League broadcast rights outside the UK alone. While British operators will contribute €5.96 billion (R$34.6 billion).
Players such as Pulisic of the US, Raul Jimenez of Mexico, Luis Diaz of Colombia and Heung-Min Son of South Korea have valued the Premier League brand level to the point where their television rights cost more than inside the UK.
Most of the international pie will be paid for by US network NBC, which will pay around 2.4 billion euros (R$13.9 billion) for the rights to the English competition by 2028. And Christian Pulisic has a big part in this, winning an average of 600 thousand spectators across all games.
In South America, ESPN also has guaranteed broadcast rights until 2025. The Disney Group broadcaster disbursed 300 million euros (R$1.7 billion) for the period 2022–2025, representing 35% more than the amount spent between 2019 and 2022.
Apart from these locations, the Premier League is also broadcast in many countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.