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DAZN goes live in 200 countries, territories

By Chisom ADA




DAZN, the leading global sports destination, launched on December 1, 2020 in more than 200 countries and territories.

For an initial monthly price point of £1.99 or less, sports fans worldwide are now able to sign up to the service and watch a breadth of live world championship boxing and on-demand original programming.

  • On Dec. 4, Billy Joe Saundersdefends his WBO super-middleweight title against fellow Englishman Martin Murray.


  • A heavyweight clash not to be missed, unified heavyweight champion of the world Anthony Joshua OBEwill defend his world titles against Bulgarian mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev on Dec. 12. 


  • Gennadiy “GGG” Golovkinlooks to make history on Dec. 18 when he attempts to make a record 21st defence of the middleweight title against Kamil Szeremeta.


  • Pound-for-pound champion Canelo Alvarezreturns to the super middleweight division a day later on Dec. 19, to face undefeated champion Callum Smith in San Antonio, Texas.


  • Starting 2021 with a bang, on Jan. 2 the explosive Ryan Garcíawill be looking to stamp his authority on the division against the battle-hardened Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell for the interim WBC lightweight title.

“We’re excited to launch our global platform with an action-packed opening month featuring boxing’s biggest stars and a suite of premium original programming,” said DAZN EVP, Joseph Markowski.

As well as an unparalleled fight schedule, DAZN’s global platform features an ever-growing archive of classic fights, athlete features and a slate of original programming including 40 DAYS, Saturday Fight Live and ONE NIGHT.

“DAZN is committed to adding more sports and sports content to the global service from 2021”, Markowski said.

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