Formula One Management has confirmed its delayed F1 TV Pro service will arrive in time for the Spanish Grand Prix.
“Until that time, Formula 1 will continue to run a closed beta version of the service to a small subset of fans for viewing and testing during the upcoming Formula 1 2018 Chinese Grand Prix and Formula 1 2018 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.”
“F1 TV will initially launch on desktop,” it added. “Apple, Android and Amazon Fire mobile and tablet devices will launch shortly thereafter.
“By summer, the service will also be available to fans on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Apple TV.”
F1’s officially connectivity partner Tata will distribute the content. The services’ systems will be run by NBC Sports’ Playmaker Media and iStreamPlanet. The F1 TV web app will be created and delivered by Ostmodern and payment processing and identity management handled by CSG.
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