MyCujoo Returns as Preferred Live Streaming Partner of the NPSL

The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is proud to announce that MyCujoo has returned as
the league’s preferred live streaming partner.

“The NPSL is looking forward to a continued partnership with MyCujoo and a
continued increase in its exposure to soccer fans nationwide,” NPSL Director of Membership
Development Dina Case said. “With a uniform streaming platform, the NPSL has not only
become more visible, but has brought a more professional and consistent feel to both its games
and its brand.”

Launched in 2014, MyCujoo provides a free and intuitive broadcast application to soccer rights-
holders that enables them to produce live streams from a mobile phone and distribute to multiple
media, including MyCujoo’s website and mobile apps and embedded on third-party platforms.
MyCujoo’s technology, which is used in more than 150 countries across six continents, removes the barriers to soccer clubs at all levels of the game who want to share their match content, as well as to fans who want to consume it. MyCujoo is the world’s leading soccer streaming service and is empowering federations, leagues, and clubs to build their communities at a national, regional, and/or hyper-local level. Federations, competition organizers, clubs, and
teams can create their own free TV in minutes and start streaming today at

“MyCujoo has become arguably the largest soccer-specific streaming platform in the United
States, and the NPSL has been integral to this growth since our partnership began in the 2019
season,” MyCujoo CEO João Presa said. “We’re delighted to support the NPSL’s growth in 2020
with the addition of the new spring and fall season. The best amateur players will be able to
showcase their talents on a national stage, on a platform specifically designed to enable those
players, and their teams, to share their game.”

More information about MyCujoo can be found at or by following the
company on Facebook (@mycujoo), Instagram (@mycujoo), and Twitter (@MyCujoo).

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