International Ski and Snowboard Federation partners with Endeavor Streaming for FIS TV

Tomas Birkner De Miguel of Team Argentina in action during the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men’s Giant Slalom on March 2, 2024 in Aspen, US. (Photo by Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom)

The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) has teamed up with Endeavor Streaming to deliver its global integrated streaming solution, FIS TV.

Since launching in August 2023, FIS TV has streamed over 38,000 hours of content for free to winter sport fans, including bringing FIS World Cup competitions to new markets which don’t have an existing broadcast partner and delivering FIS Junior World Ski Championships to global audiences. The service launched across Apple TV and Android TV devices ahead of the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Finals in Saalbach Hinterglemm, which is taking place this week (16 to 24 March).

FIS chief commercial director Christian Salomon said: “FIS TV is an important tool to maximize our exposure to new global audiences and improves our proposition for commercial partners. We are very excited to further develop our capabilities with Endeavour Streaming as the market leader in the sports and entertainment business.”

Additionally, FIS TV offers a diverse content catalogue of competition highlights, winning runs and jumps, as well as the original series “This is #FIS100 – Stories from the love of snow sports”. FIS TV is also designed to provide additional services and support for FIS’ 140 member associations.

FIS digital and innovation director Benjamin Stoll added: “We have chosen to work with Endeavor Streaming in the context of our digital strategy and will work together on the next generation of content experiences in order to delight global snow sports fans as well as the FIS family.”

FIS TV is powered by Endeavor Streaming’s Vesper platform, an end-to-end streaming solution that enables clubs and rightsholders to build upon and deliver direct-to-consumer streaming experiences for their fans.

FIS TV is available for free on the web at, and via the FIS app on Android and iOS mobile devices, as well as Apple TV and Android TV devices.

Endeavor Streaming chief commercial officer Pete Bellamy said: “FIS is home to the world’s premium skiing and snowboarding competitions. Our partnership is providing seamless access to the sport and helping to bring FIS’ competitions to as many fans around the world, in the best way possible. We’re excited to help the organization deepen its engagement with its global audience, through greater access to live coverage and enhanced viewing experiences.”

Endeavor Streaming’s experience in delivering direct-to-consumer streaming offerings includes EuroLeague, WNBA, Tottenham Hotspur FC, World Rugby, Union of European Football Association (UEFA), and the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).

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