DAZN: “Netflix” for sport fans starts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

August 24, 2016

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DAZN is a new live and VOD streaming service focused on sport. The main idea behind the project was to provide users a live and VOD sports content for a flat fee. 

DAZN is a backed by Perform, a leading digital sports content and media group. Together with DAZN, London based company also owns well known services like Spox.com, Goal.com, RunningBall and Opta Sports.

For the sport fans in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the service is available for 9.99€ per month with a 30 day FREE trial. One contract allows simultaneous logins on two devices with up to 20 live sports events shown at the same time. The transmissions are in Full HD quality with selected coverage in Ultra HD (4K) in future.

In this moment DAZN is supported by almost every device capable of streaming: TV’s, mobile and tablets, computers and game consoles.

Simon Denyer, Chief Executive of Perform Group, said for DAZN.com: “At DAZN, we put fans first and in control. German sports fans can choose to watch the sport they love whenever and wherever they like, with no long-term fixed contract and no advertising, for just €9.99.”

“By joining DAZN fans will enjoy an unparalleled streaming experience, with more live sport available than any service before. Incredible moments in sport happen every day, not just during the major events.

“We won’t make the broadcasting choices for you,” Denyer continued. “As a subscriber you’ll have the freedom to set your own sporting agenda. We’re delivering something very different.”

8000 live events a year

For a flat fee of 9.99€, DAZN customers will be able to watch following sports leagues: English Premier League, Spanish LaLiga Santander, Italian Serie A, French  Ligue 1, NBA, NFL, ATP World Tour, WTA, PDC and CHL.

There is also Rugby, boxing, motorsport, horse racing, bowling, and ice hockey content. From season 2017-2018, streaming service wil show 1. and 2. Bundesliga highlights.

NBA- Primetime match on Sunday will remain on Spox.com (live and for FREE).

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Source: www.spox.com