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DAZN – Boxing Streaming at a Bargain Price


With almost half a decade of successful sports streaming under its belt, multi-national giant DAZN (pronounced “DA ZoNe”) has arrived in Australia as part of its global rollout to over 200 countries. What that means for Australians right now is good news for fans of all things boxing – DAZN’s coverage of premier international championship fights will now be available to stream in Australia, and for only $2.99 per month.

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What Is DAZN?

A giant of the online sporting world in its native UK as well as the US and Canada, DAZN has been one of the success stories of the increasingly competitive world of sports streaming. Their arrival in Australia, a market where Kayo dominates, is a smart one – they’ve decided to launch with boxing as their sole sport. That makes sense because DAZN owns the global streaming rights to some of the biggest boxing organisations, including Matchroom Boxing and Golden Boy Promotions.

DAZN

Big Fights. Any device. One price.

Enjoy ground-breaking live and on demand sports on the streaming service DAZN for just $2.99/month!

What’s On DAZN?

If you’re a fan of all things boxing, then DAZN’s launching with plenty of fights you’ll want to watch. The main attraction is the live streaming coverage of big-ticket fights from the UK, Europe and the US, with several WBC championship bouts scheduled for the coming months include:

  • Juan Francisco Estrada vs Roman Gonzalez
  • Vergil Ortiz Jr vs Maurice Hooker
  • Sor Rungvisai vs Kwanthai Sithmorseng
  • Sandor Martin vs Kay Prosper

All live-streamed fights include complete coverage, from the weigh-ins and press conferences to in-depth documentaries about the road to the event. 

Aside from the regular live fights (available to watch later if you can’t be around to watch live) there’s a set of DAZN original shows covering the world of boxing and the people that make it tick, alongside documentaries and an archive of classic bouts from the past 25 years ready to watch any time.

At launch in Australia, DAZN is only covering boxing. With the service branching out to other live sports in various countries, though, don’t be too surprised if they start to do the same here as the sports streaming war starts to look like the battle to watch in 2021.

DAZN

Big Fights. Any device. One price.

Enjoy ground-breaking live and on demand sports on the streaming service DAZN for just $2.99/month!

How Much Does DAZN Cost?

Keeping things incredibly simple – and affordable – DAZN has only the one monthly subscription plan, which gives you full access to everything the service has to offer, including all live fight streams. Priced at only $2.99 a month, it’s not only cheap by sports streaming standards, it’s the cheapest paid streaming service of any kind available. That’s possible because of DAZN’s vast resources and their desire to show Aussie boxing fans they mean business.

That $2.99/month price lets you stream on up to two devices at once, and you can have as many different devices registered to stream DAZN as you like.

While DAZN in the UK and US has offered a 30-day free trial, the Australian version doesn’t offer a trial at all – understandable, since it’s priced so low that signing up to try out the full service for a month is in the price range of just about everyone.

DAZN Plan

Plan
Inclusions
Price
Monthly
  • Monthly
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Watch on multiple devices with the DAZN app
  • Exclusive boxing
  • $2.99/mth
$2.99/mth
Min Cost - $2.99 over 1 month

Last audited 09 April 2021

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Priced so cheaply that anyone with even a passing interesting in boxing will want to grab the apps and sign up.

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DAZN Devices

At launch, you can stream DAZN on almost every major streaming device right away – the company has been streaming overseas long enough to have developed apps for a wide range of devices, making it easy to jump in and try it out.

Alongside web browser support, DAZN supports casting to a Chromecast from your phone, tablet or browser, and there’s a dedicated app for Android TV as well so it’ll work on Google’s brand new Chromecast with remote control.

You can find DAZN apps ready to go on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, LG, Sony and Samsung smart TVs, game consoles and iOS/Android phones and tablets. 

Contact DAZN Support

If you want to get in touch with DAZN support, you can do so directly via their web site, where their online help portal has the answers to many common questions, or you can instantly live-chat with a DAZN support team member if you can’t find a solution and they’ll get you sorted out.

What people are asking about DAZN

  • Who Owns DAZN?

While we’re used to seeing sports networks owned by familiar names, DAZN is its own company, based in the UK and headed by a former CEO of the massive US sports network ESPN.


  • How Much Does DAZN Cost?

There is only one subscription plan for DAZN in Australia – $2.99 per month for access to the full service.


  • What Sports are on DAZN?

At launch, DAZN will have coverage of international championship boxing from Europe and the USA, featuring live streamed coverage of major fights. It’s very possible that the service will expand to cover other sports later, but nothing has been announced as yet.


  • Can You Get DAZN on PS5?

There are DAZN apps available for the Playstation4, Xbox One and Xbox Series s/X game consoles, and now a Playstation 5 app is available as well, for the lucky few who can actually find a PS5 in the stores!


  • How Many Devices Can You Use with DAZN?

With the standard subscription, DAZN allows you to use the service on as many supported devices as you like – but only two streaming at the same time. That’s similar to Kayo’s “Basic” plan, and should be more than adequate for most people’s needs.


  • Can You Record DAZN?

As a streaming-only service, DAZN doesn’t support recording fights to watch later – but there’s no need to, with full replays available after the live stream has finished, so you can still watch the action if the live stream time doesn’t suit you.


  • Is DAZN on Fetch TV?

No, not at launch at least. Fetch TV is a unique platform in that they develop apps for their devices themselves, in collaboration with streaming services. DAZN and Fetch would need to work together on an app for that platform; given DAZN’s extensive app support that would seem like a possibility, but nothing official has been announced.


  • Is DAZN on Telstra TV?

One device missing from the DAZN device list at launch is Telstra TV; however, the Roku devices that Telstra TV is based on already have a DAZN app overseas, and its delay in arriving on Telstra TV is probably more to do with Telstra wanting to verify the app before they add it to the device’s app store.


  • Are There Pay-Per-View Fights on DAZN?

No – unlike other sports streaming and broadcasting services, there’s no premium pay-per-view content on DAZN at all. Everything that’s on offer including all live fight streams is included in the $2.99 monthly subscription.


  • How Can You Pay for a DAZN Subscription?

Like all streaming services, you can simply sign up using a major credit card, but DAZN also supports payment via Apple’s iTunes store (via the iOS or Apple TV app), Google Play and even PayPal (with Australia being one of only a handful of countries that PayPal can be used for DAZN subscriptions).


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