The event received worldwide attention, with the final matches broadcast in several European nations as well as in Asia and the United States.
Social media and online figures also indicated a substantial and rising interest in the sport.
With media rights agency MP & Silva taking charge of the marketing of media rights, the Beach Handball EURO 2017 experienced increased interest from TV stations worldwide.
All matches played on centre court and court two were produced for either TV or live streaming.
A total of 28 matches were produced in full HD with six cameras, setting new standards in the TV production of the event.
The Beach Handball EURO 2017 was also present across all digital channels, including the official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Snapchat.
Furthermore, for the first time, the semi-finals and finals were broadcast live on ehfTV with English commentary provided for the first time.
The ehfTV YouTube channel generated a watch time of more than two million minutes (almost four years) and event videos posted on Facebook were viewed more than 200,000 times.