DAZN is a sports streaming service with deals that include the NFL and the English Premier League to name a few. Based out of London, DAZN allows subscribers to buy access to premium sports such as the NFL in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Now DAZN announced it is expanding into Canada, giving Canadians access to many American sports streamed online for just $20 a month.
“The whole company is extremely excited about our first venture into North America,” CEO James Rushton said in a release. “We know that for Canadians sport is a way of life, they are crazy about it and have had to put up with a costly experience for some time. DAZN is designed to put fans first, so we’re confident fans in Canada will enjoy our product and proposition.”
“You need great content and the NFL was a great place to start but there will be more,” he said.
Hopefully the service goes live before the start of the 2017 NFL and NHL seasons. Even more importantly hopefully it will come to the United States soon as it continues to roll out around the world.
In Canada, subscriptions will sell for $20 a month or $150 for a year after a 30-day free trial. The service will work on most internet connected devices, including smart TVs, tablets, smartphones and gaming consoles. Up to two devices can be connected on one account at a time.
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