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DAZN, the Netflix of Sports, Just Added Even More Sports to Their Lineup


Fans of soccer watching matchRecently the so-called Netflix of sports, DAZN, has been taking Canada by storm and showing us what cord cutting should be. DAZN allows Canadians access to many American sports streamed online for just $20 a month including every NFL game.

Not only do you get every NFL game but you also get a wide range of international sports for as little as $150 a year after a 30-day free trial if you prepay for a year. DAZN is currently in Canada and parts of Europe with plans to expand to more countries. Hopefully countries like the United States.

Now DAZN has announced that it has picked up even more sports rights for Canadian streams.

NFL

  • NFL Game Pass
  • NFL RedZone
  • All games previously part of NFL Sunday Ticket
  • NFL Network 24/7
  • NFL FILMS and Network programming

Soccer

  • UEFA Champions League
  • UEFA Europa League
  • La Liga / Copa Del Rey
  • Ligue 1 / Coupe de la Ligue / Coupe de France
  • Serie A
  • Sky Bet EFL
  • Carabao Cup (EFL Cup)
  • FIFA CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers
  • FIFA CONMEBOL Word Cup Qualifiers

Rugby

  • Pro14

Tennis

  • WTA
  • ATP 250

Motorsports

  • MotoGP

Ice Hockey

  • Kontinental Hockey League (KHL)

Darts

  • PDC

“There is no doubt that Canada is home to some of the biggest sports fans in the world,” said James Rushton, CEO of DAZN. “Super fans want access to multiple sports and that’s why we have made it a priority to expand our offerings in Canada on day one, and we will continue to do so over the coming months.”

DAZN has hinted at plans to continue to expand its service but as of today has not commented on what countries will be next. Hopefully it continues to roll out its service across North America.

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  • risingtide

    sports rights in the U.S are some of the most ridiculously complex rights you will ever find. so, i doubt they will ever make it. and another thing, they will probably get sued if they use “netflix” to advertise themselves.

  • JGaLaXY

    sooooo DirectV wants 80 a month for all these NFL games, Canada is only charging 20 for that annnnnd soccer games and NFL Network and Redzone…sooooo how? I’m so confused how they can do this, and is there a way around where I can get this? lol like this is insane, Good oL AMERICA!!! oh wait…

    • Vegas Steve

      Yeah, probably restrictions that the NFL puts on distribution to the USA. They are raking in a ton of money with the current model and have no reason to change.