TSN & Sportsnet lose EPL rights to DAZN

TSN & Sportsnet lose EPL rights to DAZN

by mike in boston / @mikeinboston / email


Good afternoon sports media fans. Things have been quiet in local sports media news lately. No changes to the radio line-ups. No changes to the local print media line-ups. Mostly the same faces on your TV to start the hockey and basketball seasons.


But behind the scenes there have been some pretty major changes in the last month. First, Bell moved on from their head of sports radio operations. Rob Gray was at TSN1040 in Vancouver, came to Toronto to launch TSN1050 and then went on to manage their national operations. Second, Scott Moore left Sportsnet and no replacement has been named as of yet.


The incumbents in both jobs face some pretty big decisions and each will presumably want to put their own stamps on the operations. This could mean some big staffing changes across radio, TV, and the web. We will be covering this story in more depth as it evolves.


DAZN Scores


The biggest news in recent weeks is that both TSN and Sportsnet lost English Premier League rights. The two networks have split these high profile games over the last several years. Streaming upstart DAZN (da-zone) pried the EPL rights away for 2019-20, reportedly on a 3 year deal. They will add these games to their existing line-up of MLS, Champions League, and several other European leagues and tournaments. TSN still has the rights to the World Cup and Euro championships.


In case you need it spelled out: this is a major development. Starting in 2019 the major international soccer events that people have been getting up early to watch on TSN and SN for the last decade will no longer be available. In order to watch them fans will need to pay $150 per year or $20 per month and learn how to stream to their TVs.


The technological obstacle is real, but surmountable. Most people find watching Netflix rather easy at this point in life. Once the DAZN app is on their smart TV or “over the top” device they will adjust as well.


The implications for traditional EPL viewers are deeper than just learning a new app. The monthly cost for DAZN will be on top of the roughly $100-120 per month people are already paying for cable service and equipment. That means they will need to pay for something they are used to getting “for free” with their existing cable package. While this is not the fault of TSN/SN, that’s where the anger will be focused. Why can’t I watch what I want to watch? What am I paying all this money for? Maybe it’s time to cut the cord?


Joshua Kloke of The Athletic was all over this story. According to his article:


All 380 Premier League matches will be available on DAZN. That would be the first time in Canada that every single Premier League match will be available on a single platform.


I reached out to follow up on some of the angles he touched on in the story. Here is our conversation.


Q: Would it be fair to say that, outside of the World Cup and Euro, the EPL is the most valuable international soccer package in Canadian TV?


JK: It’s certainly the most popular soccer league in the world in terms of audience numbers. Terms of this recent Canadian broadcast have not yet been released.


Q: How much crossover is there between TFC fans and international soccer fans? Are most TFC fans — the kind who buy tickets and watch games on TV — also fans of European soccer?


JK: It’s not uncommon to see Toronto FC fans who are dedicated to and passionate about MLS and MLS alone. But I’d say those fans are in the minority. Because there are more and more European players playing in MLS, more and more TFC fans are intently aware of what’s happening in European soccer. TFC has had its fair share of top European talent sign for the team in the recent past. It became a talking point when midfielder Victor Vazquez signed ahead of the 2017 season: He was a product of the Barcelona academy. So when these players sign for TFC, you have to expect that some fans will become aware of the clubs they played for, and maybe make some connections to teams they’d watched on TV previously, etc.

I think it should also be noted that, regardless of how you feel about the quality of play within the Premier League compared to other European leagues, the Premier League is in its own stratosphere in terms of worldwide popularity. Per Forbes, six of the 10 most valuable soccer franchises in the world are in the Premier League. Premier League clubs are able to go on pre-season tours throughout Asia and North America and play meaningless games and have thousands of people attend. Premier League club shirts are worn on every corner of the Earth, including every TFC game. I always see a few from the press box at BMO Field. These clubs, and therefore the Premier League itself, have such an incredible reach.


Q: It is unclear whether either network will continue with their studio shows if they are no longer carrying the broadcasts. In my opinion studio shows don’t add much value in 2018. In your opinion, how important are studio shows specifically to Canadian viewers of international soccer?


JK: In my opinion, studio shows and the way that games are presented are very important to Canadian viewers. TSN and Sportsnet should be commended for presenting games that may have appeared strange and foreign in an accessible manner. Both networks presented an excellent blend of in-depth analysis and entertaining commentary with humorous but knowledgeable personalities. With former Canadian players and great hosts, well-executed studio shows can connect a foreign game to local viewers.


Q: With so many channels to fill it’s hard to believe that TSN and SN were outbid, especially if there was a chance to be the exclusive home of the EPL in Canada. Did your sources provide any insight into how this deal came about?


JK: My understanding is bidding for the Premier League rights was decided a few weeks ago. The bidding went to two rounds. Sportsnet and TSN teamed up again but after the second round of bidding, the Premier League partnered with DAZN.


Q: More generally, given where the MLS is in Canada right now in terms of growth, how much should the team (and league) be invested in trying to woo international soccer fans living in North America to watch. Is the domestic fanbase big enough to support the league going forward?


JK: This is, again, my opinion but given that soccer is a sport driven by its stars, the more young talent that MLS teams develop, the more popular the league will become domestically. Again, this is my opinion, but children playing a sport generally want to emulate the stars they see on TV. The more young domestic players that are produced by clubs, the more likely that the young domestic fanbase will grow. Young Canadians might have watched Alphonso Davies have an incredible season for the Whitecaps and thought ‘I want to be like him.’ And when it becomes evident that young players from Canadian youth soccer organizations can succeed in MLS, that will only increase the fanbase.



Thanks to Josh for taking the time to answer my questions. Follow him on Twitter and read him at The Athletic.


The Bigger Picture


This is a really interesting development. The Leafs, Raps, and Jays will always be on conventional cable because they are owned by MLSE (Bell and Rogers). For smaller leagues, direct to consumer streaming makes sense. I am shocked that neither TSN nor SN managed to lock down the rights. It says something about their bidding strategy but it might also say something about the EPL. Perhaps they see streaming as the future and are just as happy to cut the cord themselves.


As more and more sports are available on a free-standing basis the appeal of cable will shrink for single sports fans. If you just want baseball then you can pay $150 for MLB.TV instead of over $1000. Yes, you will miss out on lots of channels, but chances are you won’t actually miss them. Most popular shows are easily available via streaming from the network websites.


There’s something odd about sports fans thinking they are paying too much for cable. Many have pointed out that the cost of sports on cable is subsidized by people who just want to watch the Bachelor but have no real choice to opt out of paying for TSN and SN. This will only get worse as sports fans switch to streaming services. There has been a steady increase in carriage fees going to TSN and SN. Even if their core audience shrinks, premium channels will still have the leverage to demand more from cable companies. This, in turn, will motivate the Bachelor watchers to cut the cord and seek out other ways of watching.


Then there’s the looming spectre of Apple launching their own TV service to compete with Netflix, Amazon, and Disney. Once you get used to watching your shows and sports through apps on your Apple TV or other OTT-box it’s easy to reconsider the big monthly outlay for cable TV.


It’s worth noting that Sportsnet recently lowered ($20 for basic) and raised ($28 for premium) the price for their own standalone streaming service. TSN sits in the middle at $25. These are good prices if you can get by with only one of them. Once you are paying for both then it might make sense just to stick with cable, or go with neither.


Last point: it’s easy to make the mistake of thinking that everyone out there has the same habits as you do. As far as I can see, most people fall into one of two categories: 1) couch-first viewers or 2) mobile-first viewers. Most older folks are in category 1. Younger viewers are in the category 2. The biggest problem for Bell and Rogers is that mobile first viewers are increasingly “cord-nevers”. What this means is that as they age and become more domestic they will need to be convinced that cable is the answer rather than just continuing to stream shows as needed. Right now the monthly price of cable is a deal-breaker in terms of value, when you compare it to single sport subscriptions, DAZN, or to other streaming services like Netflix.


One more thought: another published story notes that DAZN runs pre and post game shows as well as a RedZone-style live highlights program for its Champions League coverage.


On Wednesday, DAZN Canada announced programming details in support of its game coverage and included are pre and post-matchday shows. In addition to having a choice of watching any of the matches live, subscribers will be able to take in all six games that kick off at 3:00 ET by tuning in to “Box to Box.” DAZN’s Colin Murray will host “Box to Box” a program and concept new to Canadian soccer fans. “Box to Box” will show all the goals and key moments and incidents from the six matches running concurrently.


It therefore seems likely they will do the same for the EPL. It will be very interesting to see if TSN and SN keep their soccer panel personalities around given that they won’t have access to the broadcasts. Many of these people are synonymous with the sport in Canada, and DAZN might eventually come calling.


A few questions for you to ponder and comment on below:


  1. What’s the right price for cable given your own viewing habits?
  2. What’s the right price for a single sport subscription?
  3. What’s the right price for DAZN (assuming it will never have Jays, Raps, Leafs, and TFC)?
  4. How difficult is it for you to stream in your household?
  5. Do you watch panel shows before and after games or would be just as well served if these disappeared?


thanks for reading and commenting,

until next time …

mike (not really in boston)


  • comment-avatar

    What we are seeing, I think, is the beginning of the end of the specialty sports channels, at least in their current form.

    When Sportsnet expanded to six channels and TSN to five, I found myself thinking that this was not sustainable, you’re trying to justify that many channels (and their cost) and rights holders knew this and bid up the prices for rights.

    This has allowed newer, more limber, competition the ability to outbid them as they have less overhead.

    But as a subscriber to DAZN, I will say this, if DAZN does not make improvements to its infrastructure, the howls of the NFL fan base will be crickets next to what ruckus the EPL fans will raise.

    I can tell you from personal knowledge thought. I know EPL fans who are going to flip out when they realize this and as a tech savvy person, I’ll be likely called upon for help time and time again when the DAZN feed conks out.


  • comment-avatar

    I’ll be cutting the cord soon. First TSN lost the UEFA Champions League and now TSN/Sportsnet lose the EPL. I have very little reason to keep cable.

  • comment-avatar

    If the product was really worth that much to TSN or Sportsnet they would of increased their bid.

  • comment-avatar

    For the Canadian soccer fan, this is just fantastic news, a dream come true. DAZN has become the Netflix of soccer and the $150 annual price tag is a bargain for the content that you receive. I have had no issue with the quality of streams this season (last season there were some bugs, but this season it has been perfect) and the ability to watch games on demand for a whole week is a subscriber friendly model. With Champions League, EPL, Serie A, La Liga, MLS and a ton of other leagues, this is everything a soccer fan can ask for. My prediction is that Rogers sub-licenses out NHL Centre Ice to DAZN eventually (with regional restrictions of course). MLS, NFL, and MLB are all already on it.

    DAZN has a studio show for their Champions League games, perhaps they will be doing something similar for EPL. Possibly to meet CRTC rules? The only thing that sucks is that it will be difficult for TSN/SN to find a reason to keep most of their on-air talent like Sharman, Forest and KJ. Hopefully they get hired by DAZN and are used in some way rather than fall victim to this new development (DAZN, are you paying attention???)

  • comment-avatar
    mark coale 3 years ago

    I’ve been an advocate of a la carte cable since the 1980s, so I’m all for this recent trend of splitting off properties.

    I have the NBC Sports Gold app, which gives me all the EPL matches not shown on NBCSN or NBC each week. It’s only $50 for the season, so that’s the value for tonnage, esp as a fan of “non Big 6” English team.

    Also, as a fan of not my local team in baseball, I am happy to pay for the MLB app every year, for out of market coverage.


    By the way, MIB, did you listen to Toronto Mike’s episode on Diversity. If so, I hope you write about it here.

  • comment-avatar
    Camosu 3 years ago

    Losing the TV experience sucks for sure. If I had wanted I could have watched soccer online and for free, but I wanted the TV experience and that’s why I was paying for my sports package and why I no longer will. This does not only affect Canadian soccer fans, it hurts Canadian soccer in general. I’m looking at you Rogers and Bell!

  • comment-avatar

    I don’t know if I will be cutting the cord but I am definitely going to be cutting TSN and Sportsnet from my cable package which will save me some money. I can kind of understand Sportsnet not wanting to spend a lot on having EPL (although this will hurt Sportsnet World) because of the financial investment in the NHL but I have no idea what TSN is doing losing the EPL and the Champions League. I guess they can always show more curling.

  • comment-avatar

    Hopefully SN and TSN look to rugby to fill the void, in part. As a non-soccer fan, inassume this leaves a significant void just in terms of volume.

  • comment-avatar
    Original Mitch 3 years ago

    Clearly the returns aren’t worth it for both networks. I’m excited that this means even more expensive original programming such as “plays of the month” and “plays of the week” and let’s not forget “misplays of the month” or the equally great “misplays of the week”. Coming soon to one of the 57 sports channels: “ the best of Tim and Sid this month” and “Tim and Sid: uncensored! Their best of the week”. “Jay and Dan did what? Their best of the month!” Should also be a great program in 2019.
    Also in 2019 “Jeff Blair disagrees with you: his best interviews of the week!” And “ oh no you didn’t Bob! Prime Time’s most shocking moments of the week!”
    So wonderful having 54 sports channel.

  • comment-avatar
    Daniel K 3 years ago

    Touché Original Mitch. Touché

    DAZN is really forcing my hand on this one, cause I’m not going to pay $150 per year for the 25 Arsenal games I can make it to watch. Illegal streaming here I come!

  • comment-avatar

    Obviously Joshua Kloke had never heard of Setanta Sports on line.

    We used to be able to see every EPL game either Live or as a replay in the following week of action here in Canada until they got out bid by the big Canadian Cable Companies who provided a far lesser service and increased cost to consumers.

  • comment-avatar
    Santiago 3 years ago

    I am happy about this.
    I use DAZN for MLS and NFL. I am happy to have EPL now as well. I don’t have cable so I cannot watch EPL on tv 🙂

  • comment-avatar
    Poker Guy 3 years ago

    OMG a new update.
    Good for DAZN. This will force TSN and SN to think of something to replace it with.

    I know this is not sports radio related, but I wanted to tip my cap to Roger Ashby who completed an amazing 50 year run with CHUM. Roger retired last week, and I wanted to thank him and congratulate him on a great career.

  • comment-avatar

    Not happy about DAZN having the EPL rights. I’ve been watching the CL on DAZN and the quality is very poor – the usual streaming problems (usually at important moments) and poor sound. And I have to pay for it. Grrr…

  • comment-avatar
    nickp 3 years ago

    Surprised Rogers didn’t fight harder for those epl rights

  • comment-avatar

    Soccer is my favourite sport. My dad is from South America so it was the only sport I watched growing up until my friends got me into others. I love DAZN and have been subscribed for more than a year. Once the Premier League moves to DAZN, I’ll be cutting my cable. I can stream the odd Bundesliga match of interest illegally and catch the Canadian MLS teams via the same method.

    In terms of the talent, I imagine TSN keeps Caldwell, KJ, etc. because of the MLS deal. Sportsnet’s personalities could be in trouble, unless DAZN make a pitch for them.

  • comment-avatar
    Bobthefan 3 years ago

    I really can’t understand people complaining about cable prices. Nowadays you take a deal from Telus or Shaw and one pays much more for Internet then for cable TV.My actual cable bundle including TSN/sportsnet and HBO /Movie Central , PVR fir all house , 5 receivers is half of the Internet cost,cdn 155 with taxes. Are you guys paying atention to your bill or just have the same package from a decade ago? Lately Telus and Shaw are pretty much giving away cable for free/nominal price just so they can sell you Internet.As far as DAZN would not subscribe. Pay more or the same I pay now and put up with streaming , hope they will have my game for when I wake up to stream later plus inheritent quality issues when everybody and their dog in the neighborhood streams something? No thanks. I will watch the highlights on you tube and watch Bundesliga or whatever else TSN/SN will stream.If all fails might even buy into the Canadian skatey punchey.

  • comment-avatar
    Old watcher 3 years ago

    Looking forward to the “outrage” across Canada in a few years, when DAZN lines the IIHF’s pockets and outbids TSN for world jr hockey rights! Then acquires the Canadian rights to the College football playoff, NCAA basketball tourney and Canadian rights to golf and tennis’ 4 majors. Will definitely be a boon to “geek squad” as they help older Canadians learn and adapt to the technology!! TSN and SN will look much different even 5 years from now!

  • comment-avatar

    Few Thoughts
    1) Without knowing the winning bid amount it’s difficult to judge but I’m leaning towards the take that the only reason DAZN got the rights is Bell and Rogers decided it wasn’t worth it and they would rather pocket the money then spend it on rights. Both networks spin off so much cash that it’s difficult to see an upstart streaming service actually outbid them on content they want. The deal is just the standard 3-year term EPL uses so DAZN likely didn’t break the bank like NBC did to get the 6-year deal signed last go round and the cable nets aren’t locked out long-term and could potentially jump back in for 2022. Maybe the bet is DAZN falters by then?
    2) Is this really going to increase subs substantially for DAZN? Because my streaming experience with them has been so atrocious, I’m betting it would be easier and better quality for me to cast a HD NBC feed found off Reddit to my TV than watch the game through their app.

  • comment-avatar

    I would get rid of my cable package, if I could get a app with only involving the Toronto sports team

  • comment-avatar

    I can’t see myself ever paying for cable, but would be open to paying for individual channels on an a la carte basis. I’m happy streaming everything online right now, but if there’s universe where the cost of paying for only the sports channels and possibly Fox News would be worthwhile for the convenience of it, I’d be open to it.

    No doubt many feel the same way as me (a “cord-never”). As we move into the 2020s, I’d hope something like that would be available to consumers, although the industry seems pretty dead-set against it currently.

  • comment-avatar

    Get ready for more darts, curling, poker and probably those dog contests TSN used to air will come back too.

  • comment-avatar

    DZONE is fast becoming a major player in live sports. There’s no doubt about that. My dad paid to get DZONE so he could watch Champions League Games and he watches 8-10 soccer matches on any given weekend on Sportsnet and TSN. His one word response to them losing the EPL rights cannot be repeated on a family discussion board such as this, but it start with an F. DZONE will really have to up their on air content in terms or pre-half time-post game, so maybe there is a landing spot for those on TSN/SPortsnet who maybe left in the lurch by this.

  • comment-avatar
    Karembou 3 years ago

    Rogers and Bell will probably start thinking of playing around with throttling the speed. Their best way of accepting it by figuring out a way to get customers to join their internet service with a better plan as well and promotions.

    I am just relieved that I don’t have to pay more to watch the game in two different providers.

    The worse thing is that if Rogers or Bell decide to acquire DAZN then it will get worse again.

    Recently joined DAZN and so far the only complaints are the streaming service which had some issues but so far it has been great. The app interface is not the best, but a couple of clicks will take me to the game I would like to watch.

    You would probably expect a price hike but I would not mind since it’s been long overdue for this to happen (a once place to watch all the soccer games).

  • comment-avatar

    @Old watcher True. Rogers and TSN will have to make some serious strategic decisions about how they will distribute their product. Netflix, Amazon etc have so much money they wildly overpay for dramas, comedies ( 100 million for one year of broadcasting ‘Friends’) stand up comedians etc. Dazn, if successful, could reset the market of they have a large enough war chest – and it seems like they do.

  • comment-avatar
    RichardsinnY 2 years ago

    Hello. And Bye.

  • comment-avatar
    Steve 2 years ago

    My guess is that DAZN threw a ton of money at the EPL to get these rights so they could basically have all domestic soccer rights in Canada on their platform (except Bundesliga, but I’m sure that’ll be next).

    Another guess is that SN and TSN simply couldn’t justify spending so much for programming that gets so little viewers. Considering even the biggest EPL match each week only gets around 100k viewers, those are terrible numbers compared to the “big four” sports, curling, motor sports, etc.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if SN let go all their on-air soccer guys considering they have no major rights now. TSN will probably cut down their panel to just Luke Wileman, Kristian Jack and Steven Caldwell for use on MLS and their Euro/WC coverage every two years. Both networks already produce less soccer content now than they did a couple years ago (neither no longer have a soccer podcast/radio show) so I can’t see them bothering to do anything more than the minimum.

  • comment-avatar
    Chance Vought 2 years ago

    “Rogers and Bell will probably start thinking of playing around with throttling the speed.”

    They aren’t allowed to do that. CRTC would be all over them if they tried.

  • comment-avatar

    At the opposite end of disruptive media: I bought a newspaper today for the first time in years. The Toronto Star. $2.10 including tax! Ay carumba. The Sun didn’t seem to be the right dimensions and the Globe seemed a little shiny. My Mother In-Law told me newspaper works to repel pantry moths. I’ve tried everything.

    That said, there isn’t a local reporter or columnist I don’t follow if they are on Twitter. Instagram I don’t get it: pictures? Or worse, tool sports reporters that Tweet a link to their IG. They’re not in DA-ZONE.

  • comment-avatar
    Bingo Bango Bongo 2 years ago

    This is Setanta Phase 2. I think it’s a little premature to say this is the end of specialty sports channels. It’s a continuation of what television has always been; a for-profit venture. If there is a subscription base that will cover the rights fees, it’s a good deal for DAZN. The rights fees are the constants here. Subscriber fees may have to rise to make it profitable. It’s way too early to say it’s a coup for DAZN. Last I looked, both Rogers and Bell have multiple platforms and have survived and thrived in a constantly changing business environment. That doesn’t mean they don’t make mistakes , they’ve both made plenty. I just don’t see this as a “beginning of the end” type of deal. And the throttling the speed comment has to be one of the dumbest ever posted here.

  • comment-avatar
    mark coale 2 years ago

    Funny how DAZN is becoming the flavor of the month at the same time Eleven Sports in the UK is floundering.

  • comment-avatar
    Chance Vought 2 years ago


    Even more enraging is Sportsnet and TSN completely ignoring the issue.

  • comment-avatar

    Dreger really has something good going with outdoor rinks. I recall he had an endorsement deal with an outdoor rink company but I couldn’t find anything online regarding it. If he does, his next deal should be Curry-like: equity stake in the company instead of a payment. He could considerably grow the use of outdoor rinks worldwide. Scotiabank likely looking at participating.

    But when all it takes is a garden hose and some 2×8 lumber for boards, not sure how much revenue an outdoor rink company would generate. http://dailyhive.com/toronto/backyard-ice-rink-pictures-2018

  • comment-avatar
    James 2 years ago

    Obviously Brad Fay must have unsavory photos or video of Bob McCown that allow him to keep his job. Listening to this idiot is painful.

  • comment-avatar

    Just discovered ‘The Lede’ Pod wirh Stephen Brunt and Jeff Blair. Most recent one had an interesting story from Brunt about breaking the Thrashers move to Winnipeg story – one of his fave moments of his career was seeing Bettman on TV (at a game) reacting to something on his phone and shaking his head at what must have been when he saw the Jets story breaking. My theory is David Thomson leaked it himself to someone close, knowing it would get to Brunt and end up in The Globe as a mild middle finger to Bettman. While the Pod isn’t solely about Sports media, it focuses quite a bit on it, hope it stays that way.

    And for the first time ever, I heard Blair go an hour without er-er-er ing and an-an-an ing.

  • comment-avatar

    As someone with multiple cable boxes and multiple tvs to watch games simultaneously, If I l am going to stream soccer it will be on an illegal source for free for the foreseeable future. They have proven to be far more reliable. Dazn is garbage I’ve never heard good things. They consistently let their customers down and now it’s your turn bell and Rogers

  • comment-avatar
    Kieran Tuck 2 years ago

    This is the beginning of the end for football viewing in Canada. I just recently bought an annual subscription to DAZN, watched the Champions Leagu3 final today. The picture was atrocious. They should have improved their technology before buying such prestigious rights. All the smart and 4k tv’s out now and we’ve regressed 20 years in terms of viewing graphics. I can’t wait for the myriad of games that will cut out and lose reception. DAZN is trash.

  • comment-avatar
    ed grabb 2 years ago

    I just got DAZN and have found that the video is slow, often stopping while the circle swirls on the screen. I don’t care about the MLS games I have tried to watch but am worried that the Premier League games staring in August will be just as bad. I have Rogers Ignite Internet – 150. Does anyone known if I need to upgrade to the next level, which I think is Rogers Ignite Internet – 300? Or should 150 work and DAZN is not delivering the proper service? I would appreciate any information people have on this.

  • comment-avatar
    FredSmith 2 years ago

    Maybe I’m behind the times but to me, this will hurt the growth of soccer in Canada. I grew up a hockey/baseball fan and was just starting to get into soccer. I used to watch ~60 minutes of EPL on a Saturday morning while having breakfast. There’s no way I’m paying $20/month for that. So my interest in soccer is now dead, which is a shame.

  • comment-avatar
    RaymondPauch 2 years ago

    UK Essay Writing Service You Can Rely On: https://vk.cc/9OTGak?id=buyessayonline1112h0

  • comment-avatar
    RaymondPauch 2 years ago

    Buy Essay Online – Get Top Grade With Perfect Essay From Us: https://vk.cc/9OTGak?id=buyessayonline1119rh