REV TV announces MotoGP deal for Canadian broadcasting

The Qatar GP race was cancelled, and won't be re-scheduled. Otherwise, the Thai GP has been planned for October now. No word on the World Superbike round that was supposed to run next weekend; it's cancelled, but no replacement date announced yet.

If you’re wondering where to watch MotoGP this year, and you don’t want to pay Dorna’s annual pay-per-view fee to watch through the series website, then we’ve got good news. REV TV just announced it’s made a deal to broadcast the 2021 MotoGP series in Canada.

The racing starts this weekend, with the Qatar GP broadcast at 12:30 PM ET.

Depending where you live and who your satellite/cable provider is, REV TV is likely going to be cheaper than the MotoGP website subscription, and of course, you can easily watch it on your 2,000-inch widescreen from your comfy living room chair, instead of huddling in front of a computer monitor.

If you’re not currently subscribed to REV TV, you can find a list of carriers and channel numbers here.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks, I’ve been looking for weeks to see if anyone picked it up. I see the Race scheduled already for QATAR in my guide on ShawDirect. It is way cheaper than Dorna ($5 per month vs $160 USD season pass) and I can watch WRC racing again as well. Thank you for posting this. I hope Rev Tv can add the qualifying session for the next race weekend.

  2. I can watch my motogp pass on my tv no problem. Any smart tv or a $40 amazon dongle will do it( or a $7 hdmi cable from my computer).

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