England’s Premier League sues Chinese broadcast partner for US$215m 

England’s Premier League is suing a Chinese broadcaster for US$215.3 million, saying the partner failed to make a payment for rights to show live matches from the world’s richest football league.The league accused PPLive Sports International Ltd, a subsidiary of Suning, of skipping a US$210.3 million payment for live matches and another US$5 million for highlight packages and interest, according to a filing in its British court case.Sports around the world have been hurt by cancellations and…

England’s Premier League sues Chinese broadcast partner for US$215m 
England’s Premier League is suing a Chinese broadcaster for US$215.3 million, saying the partner failed to make a payment for rights to show live matches from the world’s richest football league.The league accused PPLive Sports International Ltd, a subsidiary of Suning, of skipping a US$210.3 million payment for live matches and another US$5 million for highlight packages and interest, according to a filing in its British court case.Sports around the world have been hurt by cancellations and…