Where to Watch?


For those who can't make it to the event, Formula E will provide comprehensive live television coverage shown via major broadcasters around the globe. To date, Formula E has already signed multi-year deals with FOX Sports, ITV, China's CCTV-5 and Japan's TV Asahi with details of many more television rights coming soon.

FOX Sports

FOX Sports, one of the largest global sports networks, will show comprehensive live coverage of all 10 Formula E races on its flagship FOX Sports 1 channel, as well as across its family of networks - a potential audience of 180 million households worldwide. In addition, FOX Sports also has exclusive and non-exclusive rights in more than 80 territories worldwide including Canada, Latin America/Caribbean, Netherlands, Italy, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia and other areas of Asia, India and Africa.



ITV, the UK's largest free-to-air commercial network, will televise live coverage of all 10 Formula E races. A 90-minute standalone programme will be screened on ITV4 and ITV4 HD, together with coverage via the channel's online and mobile platforms, and on-demand ITV Player service. ITV4 is one of the UK's leading channels for motorsport, already showing extensive coverage of the British Touring Car Championship, along with British Superbikes and the World Rally Championship. With 26.2 million homes in the UK with a TV - an estimated 10.6 million tune into ITV4 on a weekly basis. itv-4


CCTV-5 is the main sports channel in the People's Republic of China and part of the China Central Television (CCTV) network. CCTV is also the principal state broadcaster in mainland China with a network of 45 channels - the largest number of television sub-channels in the world - and a potential reach of 200,427,000 people. CCTV-5 will televise all 10 Formula E races in full together with a regular highlights package. It will also broadcast live coverage of the season opening Beijing ePrix, taking place around the city’s Olympic ‘Bird’s Nest’ Stadium on September 13 2014. cctv

TV Asahi

Japan's TV Asahi will show exclusive coverage of all Formula E races - together with extensive coverage of the practice and qualifying sessions - across its terrestrial, satellite and cable channels - a potential reach of 51.4 million households. Also known as EX and Tele-Asa, it is regarded as one of the most popular networks in Japan and the second most watched network after Fuji TV. tv-asahi


Host broadcaster

TV production will be carried out by Aurora Worldwide Media using the latest equipment to ensure viewers receive the best possible quality. Online streaming will also be made available where possible together with live timing allowing fans to catch the action wherever they are. aurora