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01/06/2016 22:11 EST | Updated 01/06/2017 00:12 EST

Major League Baseball games will be streamed live to China for the first time under a three-year agreement with Le Sports

LAS VEGAS — Major League Baseball games will be streamed live to China for the first time under a three-year agreement with Le Sports.

MLB announced the deal Wednesday at the consumer-electronics show. Le Sports gained rights to show 125 games annually, including 96 during the regular season, 20 during the post-season, the All-Star Game, the World Series and the All-Star Home Run Derby. It also will broadcast Mandarin-language MLB programming.

In addition, Le Sports can rebroadcast via video on demand the games it has rights to.

The Associated Press