Sports Streaming Gets a Shake-up in Australia with DAZN Launch


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Aussies love their live sport, and over the past few years we’ve become one of the best-served countries when it comes to sports via streaming, with local and overseas services readily available, from Formula 1 to NBA to Major League Baseball. But up until now, Australians haven’t had access to one of the biggest names is sports streaming around the world – DAZN.

That changes as of December 2020, with the global sports streaming giant making a full-scale international expansion that finally brings their service to Australia – at a remarkably low price.

DAZN launched in Europe in late 2016 before expanding to the US a couple of years later and has been immensely active in gathering up the rights to multiple sports codes in each territory. For the Australian launch, DAZN is focusing on championship boxing, which should come as great news for Aussie fight fans. 

Kicking off the service with a must-see headline bout between Unified Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua and European legend Kubrat Pulev, DAZN streams some of the world’s biggest boxing matches live and direct, the extensive coverage including live press conferences and weigh-ins as well as the fight itself. For those who can’t be around to watch a bout live – or want to replay the action – you’ll be able to stream a full replay later.

At launch, DAZN also features a set of exclusive regular shows including The Ak & Barak Show, Boxing with Chris Mannix and JABS, boxing documentaries and an archive of some of the greatest bouts from the past, stretching right back to the 1990s and all available on demand.

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Big Fights. Any device. One price.

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

With over four years’ experience in sports streaming, DAZN arrives in Australia with support for the most popular streaming devices. As well as phones and tablets, DAZN has apps for streaming devices like Apple TV and Google Chromecast, smart TVs and game consoles.

The big news for Australian boxing fans is the price – DAZN is charging a monthly subscription of only $2.99, with no extras to pay for (all live bouts are included) and no catches. It’s a bold pricing strategy that makes it the cheapest streaming service in Australia, despite its premium live boxing coverage.

DAZN is available now from app stores on your favourite devices, and the headline Joshua vs Pulev fight kicks off at 5am AEDT on Sunday 13th December live from London, with GGG vs Szeremeta and Canelo vs Smith live from the US the following weekend.

The $2.99 monthly subscription gets you full access to these bouts and much more – be sure to sign up and be ready to stream on the day.

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