If you’re a fan of live sports, DAZN is an app that allows you to stream the action in HD across as many as six devices. As the company gobbles up more broadcast rights, there’s a good chance DAZN will become part of your streaming package soon if it isn’t already.
What kind of sports are available on DAZN?
It may depend on which country you access it from. In the U.S., that means a lot of boxing and MMA fights. The company has acquired rights to events in Japan’s Nippon Baseball League, Spain’s La Liga, and Japan’s B.League basketball games. In Canada and Japan, DAZN is home to the UEFA Champions League games. The company also signed Canelo Alvarez to an 11-fight deal on the platform. This year, DAZN has the Brazilian rights to Copa Sudamericana, Serie A TIM and Ligue 1. In Spain, you can use DAZN to stream MotoGP, English Premier League, and Euroleague Basketball. Your results may vary from country to country.
Where can I watch DAZN?
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Canada, Italy, Spain, and the United States. It will soon be available in Brazil.
How much does it cost?
In the United States, you can either pay $99.99 for a full year or $19.99 per month. Obviously, the annual deal saves you money, but if you only want to watch one fight, the price isn’t bad.
What devices will it work with?
Smart TVs, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire Stick, iOS/Android devices, PC and laptop, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Is there anything to watch besides sporting events?
Although DAZN is still relatively young, it is branching out to the kinds of sports shows you’d find on ESPN or FOX Sports. Its most prominent offering is ChangeUp, a daily MLB show cohosted by former HQ Trivia host, Scott Ragowsky. The production offers the same, stale brick wall background you find on many other sports shows. And the hosts sometimes show up in T-shirts. It seems laid back and casual if that’s your thing.
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— DAZN USA (@DAZN_USA) June 14, 2019
It seems like DAZN is just getting started in its quest for global sports domination. Keep your eyes peeled to see if they scoop up the rights to broadcast one of your favorite leagues!