DAZN was founded in London and is a paid platform for online streaming both live and on demand. In recent years, more and more sports fans have decided to stay loyal and consider it an indispensable service for sporting events.
Users can thus use the app on almost all mobile devices such as tablets, smartphones and PCs, but also on game consoles and smart TVs. On 28 October DAZN announced its expansion to more than 200 countries beginning December 1; this launch will begin with two boxing events during which the biggest names in this sport will fight. Users will also have access to a number of original programs such as Saturday Fight Live, 40 Days, and One Night and an archive of classic fights.
But let’s see what are the next dates that boxing fans do not have to miss: Saturday 5 December there will be the meeting between Ryan Garcia and Luke Campbell (the event will not be available in Poland), instead the week after, Saturday 12 December, Anthony Joshua Obe will face rival Kubrat Pulev (the event will not be available both in the UK and Ireland).
DAZN also announced that initially the monthly price for new markets will only be £ 1.99 or possibly even less.
“From the UK to Mexico to Australia, we’ve seen an encouraging level of interest in our key events since first launching in 2016. We’re looking forward to introducing the DAZN platform around the world this December with an exciting schedule of fights.” With these words Joseph Markowski, DAZN Evp, announced the great news of this platform which actually has suffered a delay due to the spread of the pandemic.