The International Swimming League (ISL) is being broadcast in more than 140 countries and territories around the world on linear and digital channels.

The league’s second season, taking place at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary, is the world’s biggest sporting event this year.

The ISL platform  (ISLand) provides live streaming coverage of Season 2020 matches in countries/territories without a rights-holder – and also when a rights-holder is not live-streaming a match.

The ISLand platform also shows exciting complementary coverage of the live matches in countries/territories where a rights-holder is showing a match live.

There are plenty of dynamic and interactive features ISL fans can access to enhance the viewing experience. They include behind-the-scenes footage of athletes provided by the 8K 360° cameras operated by the teams themselves.

On match days, fans can tune into team-specific live streams from the 360° cameras, switching between them to get a close-up view of athletes’ preparations, post-race reactions and the joy and pain of victory or defeat.

Video content and interview clips from competition that has taken place over previous days is available via the ‘categories’ section on the ISLand platform. Video of all events is available to view within 72 hours of a match being completed.

Ivan Grigorishin, head of the league’s digital and website operations, says ISL organisers have designed the content platform to provide an immersive experience for fans.

“We would like the ISLand to be something more than just a place where fans can watch the ISL,” he says.

“Our goal is to create a unique bridge between the athletes and the fans, allowing the fans to experience the emotions of the swimmers in real time.”

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ABOUT THE ISL: The International Swimming League is a global professional swimming competition now in season 2 with teams in Europe (Italy-based Aqua Centurions, France-based Energy Standard, Hungary-based Iron, and London Roar), North America (Cali Condors, DC Trident, LA Current, NY Breakers and Toronto Titans), and Asia (Tokyo Frog Kings).

Season 2020 is taking place at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary. Over 300 of the world’s best swimmers from over 50 countries are competing for over USD 6 million in prize money during the condensed, five-week event.

MATCH SCHEDULE: There will be 10 preliminary matches in total, with the top eight teams progressing to the semifinals. The top two teams from each semifinal will battle it out in the Grand Final on November 21 and 22. The full match schedule can be found here.

ISL SOCIAL: Keep up with all the latest ISL news by following @iswimleague on Instagram and Twitter and @internationalswimmingleague on Facebook and YouTube. Visit

DIGITAL PLATFORM: In countries that do not have a rights holder, the matches are being live streamed on the ISL digital platform ISLand, which can be accessed here.

RESULTS: The results, updated start lists and match standings can be accessed here.

VIRTUAL MIXED ZONE: Finally, 20 minutes after the end of each match, a virtual mixed zone will be held that can be accessed via this zoom link.

MEDIA CONTACT[email protected]
International Swimming League Ltd
Ruessenstrasse 6, 6340 Baar, Switzerland