In the Men’s Water polo tournament Rio 2016 game Brazil takes on Spain for the 7th Place game. This Brazil vs Spain Water polo Match will be schedule to played at Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Rio de Janeiro. As per Fixtures this Brazil vs Spain seventh place game of Water polo tournament for Men’s in Rio 2016 will be kick off from the 11-40 Local time of Brazil.
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For this 7th Place Men’s Water polo game of Brazil vs Spain Match referees is Vojin Putniković (SRB), Stanko Ivanovski (MNE). Both team looking to end this rio journey by winning their last game.spain water polo teams takes on Brazil in the Men’s Water polo tournament for the 7th place in Rio 2016
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Rio Olympics 2016 TV Channels, Broadcast Rights
|United States||NBC (NBC will pay IOC around USD 4.38 billion to broadcast Olympics till 2020)|
|UK||BBC (BBC will continue to broadcast live Olympics atleast till 2020)|
|Australia||Seven Network (exclusive rights with atleast 10-15 hours of live coverage every day)|
|Canada||CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation won the rights for 2014 and 2016 olympics)|
|New Zealand||SKY TV (Sky TV will broadcast live coverage of 2016 Olympics in New Zealand)|
|Pacific Island||Sky TV (Sky TV NZ will also won the rights to broadcast in pacific island countries)|
|Germany||ZDF & ARD (National channels of Germany won the rights for 2014 and 2016 olympics)|
|France||FT & Canal+|
|Asian Region||Dentsu (IOC sold the rights to Dentsu who will resale to local broadcasters in 17 asian countries)|
|Indian Sub-Continent||StarSports (StarSports won the rights for south asian countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka)|
|Europe Countries||SportFive (SportFive paid $300 million to acquire rights for Olympics 2014 and 2016 in some european countries, they will resell to local broadcasters)|
|Russia||NTV Plus (aquired rights from SportFive five to broadcast live coverage of olympics 2016 in russian regions)|
|Caribbeans||CBI (CBI Signed a deal to broadcast live Olympics 2016 in 20 countries in caribbeans) & ESPN production partner. (12 hours of live coverage every day)|
|Middle-East||ASBU (won the rights for olympics 2014 and 2016 in the middleeast with 12-15 hours of live coverage every day in gulf and other middle east countries)|
|Italy||Sky Italia & RAI (Sky Italia bought to rights for Olympics 2016 in Italy but they will share the live coverage with free-to-air italian national channel RAI)|
|South Africa||SABC (free-to-air south africa channel bought Olympics 2016 rights) & SuperSports|
|African Countries||SuperSport (IOC announced they have sold broadcasting rights in around 40 countries in Africa to SuperSport)|
|Ireland||RTE (Irish channel RTE will have live broadcasting + daily highlights rights for Olympics 2016 in Ireland)|
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