After a turbulent few months, sports streaming service DAZN is set to expand to 200 countries and territories worldwide. DAZN had plans to grow internationally before the COVID-19 pandemic, but pressed pause and consolidated some of its operations over the summer.
When the expansion happens on Dec. 1, initial pricing will be £1.99 — about $2.60 — per month. DAZN was previously available in the U.S., Brazil, Spain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Canada, Italy and Japan.
The service, which has put an emphasis on boxing and has said that it surpassed 8 million sign ups, is timing its global expansion to coincide with two fights that are included in the subscription price: Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell on Dec. 5, and Anthony Joshua vs. Kubrat Pulev on Dec. 12.