Apple, Major League Soccer Strike 10-Year Streaming Deal for All MLS Games
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Apple and Major League Soccer have inked a deal worth at least $2.5 billion to broadcast games on the tech giant’s streaming service, the iPhone-maker’s most significant move yet into sports that underscores its growing ambitions for streaming.

The 10-year agreement unveiled Tuesday will make the Apple TV app the home of all MLS matches, available to fans through a variety of programming options.

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