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DAZN
DAZN Logo
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Screenshot of the DAZN app
Founded8 July 2015 (2015-07-08) in London, England, United Kingdom
HeadquartersLondon, England, United Kingdom
Area servedAustria, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, United States, Spain, and Brazil
OwnerPerform Group
ChairmanJohn Skipper (DAZN Group)
CEOSimon Denyer (DAZN Group)
Key peopleJames Rushton (Chief Revenue Officer), John Gleasure (CCO), Paul Morton (EVP Finance), Ben Lavender (CPO), Johnny Devitt (CMO)
IndustrySports Entertainment
Products
Employees>300.[1]
ParentAccess Industries[2]
Websitedazn.com
Alexa rankIncrease 5,957[3]
Launched10 August 2016 (2016-08-10)

DAZN (/dəˈzn/ də-ZOHN; German: [dəˈzoːn]) is a subscription video streaming service owned by Perform Group. The service is dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand streaming of events from various properties. It first launched in Austria, Germany, Japan, and Switzerland in August 2016, and in Canada the following year. It launched in the United States and Italy in 2018, and will launch in Spain and Brazil in 2019.

History[edit]

DAZN first launched in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland on 10 August 2016, closely followed by Japan on 23 August 2016.[4][5][6][7] The name is the acronym of Deutschland, Austria, Zwitzerland and Nippon, the first four countries where it launched.

Canadian launch[edit]

In July 2017, DAZN announced that it would expand into Canada, after having acquired OTT streaming rights to the National Football League in Canada, including NFL Game Pass and access to NFL RedZone; as a result of the deal, television providers would no longer sell the out-of-market sports package NFL Sunday Ticket to residential customers. The DAZN deal does not affect the NFL's newly-extended linear television rights deal with Bell Media.[8][9][10] On 8 August 2017, DAZN reached a deal to sublicense content from beIN Sports Canada, including selected UEFA Champions League and Europa League matches (themselves sub-licensed from TSN), as well as other international sports rights.[11]

The Canadian launch was met with technical issues; DAZN apologized for the "inadequate service" that it delivered, and stated that it was working to rectify them. However, users still reported problems, including inconsistent stream qualities, buffering, and latency between the streams and television broadcasts.[12][13] As a result, DAZN began to distribute NFL Sunday Ticket to television providers in October 2017, as had been the case before.[13] On 20 November 2017, DAZN acquired Canadian rights to FIBA events.[14]

In February 2018, DAZN acquired Canadian broadcast rights to the 2018 Commonwealth Games (later sub-licensing portions of the coverage to CBC Sports),[15] and subsumed Major League Soccer's digital out-of-market service MLS Live—with live and on-demand streaming of matches featuring U.S. teams (matches with Canadian teams will only be available after a 48-hour delay to protect the league's main rightsholders TSN and TVA Sports).[16][17] Roku support was also added that month.[18]

On 25 May 2018, DAZN announced that it had acquired exclusive Canadian rights to the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, beginning in the 2018–19 season and replacing TSN.[19][20] In December 2018, it was announced that DAZN had acquired Canadian rights to the Premier League, replacing Sportsnet and TSN.[21]

U.S. launch, fight sports expansions[edit]

On 8 May 2018, DAZN parent Perform Group announced that it had hired former ESPN president John Skipper as executive chairman.[22] Two days later, DAZN announced that it would launch in the United States, and that it had reached a major broadcasting deal with Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Boxing. Under the deal, DAZN will stream 32 cards per-year, including 16 British Sky Sports PPV cards, as well as 16 (with four described by Hearn as being "absolute monsters") that will be held in the United States under the new Matchroom Boxing USA banner. Hearn claimed that the deal, which will last for at least two years, with an option for a six-year extension (totalling US$1 billion over the life of the contract if realized), was a "groundbreaking deal in the history of [boxing]".[23][24] On 26 June 2018, DAZN announced a five-year streaming rights deal with the Viacom-owned mixed martial arts promotion Bellator, which began with Bellator 206 on 29 September 2018, and includes the U.S. and all other regions currently served by DAZN. The rights include seven exclusive events per-year, as well as all events televised by Paramount Network.[25][26]

DAZN officially launched in the U.S. in September 2018, ahead of its first boxing event—Anthony Joshua vs. Alexander Povetkin, on 22 September. Its launch content also includes the World Boxing Super Series, as well as the AFC Champions League, the Chilean Primera Division, J-League, and other content.[27][28] DAZN's broadcast team for its U.S. boxing events will be led by "Sugar" Ray Leonard and Brian Kenny on play-by-play, with LZ Granderson as ringside reporter, and Michael Buffer as ring announcer. Buffer appeared in a U.S. marketing campaign for the service, which contrasted DAZN's subscription model to traditional pay-per-views.[29][30]

On 17 October 2018, DAZN announced that it had signed a five-year, 11-fight deal with Mexican boxer Canelo Álvarez valued at $365 million, beginning with his upcoming bout against Rocky Fielding in December for the WBA super middleweight title. Álvarez was previously aligned with HBO, which had announced that it would discontinue boxing broadcasts.[31][32] In November 2018, DAZN announced a three-year content partnership with Major League Baseball, under which the service will co-produce a live nightly program with live look-ins and highlights of games, and other on-demand content.[33]

Sports rights[edit]

DAZN offers more than 8,000 sport events a year,[34] ranging from major to minor competitions including the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, Formula One, and Bellator MMA. DAZN is the host broadcaster of Japan's J.League, broadcasting every game of the season across all three divisions.[35] Some of the most popular rights are listed in the table below.

UEFA Champions League and Europa League will be available from 2018/19 season in Germany and Austria on DAZN. DAZN will broadcast every Europa League match in Germany and Austria. DAZN shares an unknown number of matches of UEFA Champions League with Sky Germany.

Sport Competition Austria Germany Japan Switzerland Canada[36] Italy USA Spain Brazil[37]
Association football/Soccer FIFA Club World Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
UEFA Nations League Live & On Demand (exclude national team) Live & On Demand (exclude national team) Live & On Demand (exclude national team)
UEFA Champions League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
UEFA Europa League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
UEFA Super Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
La Liga[38] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand

[39]

Live via beIN Sports feed Live & On Demand
Copa del Rey Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Premier League[40][41] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand (starting 2019–20 season)
English Football League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
FA Cup[42] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
EFL Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Scottish Professional Football League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Ligue 1[43] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live via beIN Sports feed Live & On Demand Live & On Demand (starting 2019)
Ligue 2 Live & On Demand
Coupe de France Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Belgian Pro League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Bundesliga Highlights[44] Highlights Live & On Demand Highlights
DFB-Pokal Live & On Demand
Eredivisie Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Serie A Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand[45] Live & On Demand (3 games per matchweek)[46] Live & On Demand (starting 2019)
Serie B Live & On Demand
Primeira Liga Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Croatian Prva HNL Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Serbian SuperLiga Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Allsvenskan Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Danish Superliga Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
AFC Champions League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Chinese Super League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
J.League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Indian Super League[47] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
A-League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
CONMEBOL Libertadores Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
CONMEBOL Sudamericana Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand (starting 2019 season)
Argentine Superliga Live & On Demand
Brasileirão Live & On Demand
Campeonato Mineiro Live & On Demand
Campeonato Carioca Live & On Demand
Campeonato Paulista Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Chilean Primera División Live & On Demand
Canadian Championship Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
MLS[48] Live & On Demand
Basketball FIBA World Cups Live & On Demand
NBA[49] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
NCAA Live & On Demand Live & On Demand[50] Live & On Demand Pac-12 Conference Live & On Demand
EuroLeague[51] Live & On Demand (starting 2019–20 season)
EuroCup Live & On Demand (starting 2019–20 season)
Basketball Champions League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Liga ACB Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Greek Basket League Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Basketbol Süper Ligi Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
B.League Live & On Demand
American Football NFL Live & On Demand Live & On Demand[52] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
NCAA Live & On Demand[53] Live & On Demand Pac-12 Conference Live & On Demand
Baseball MLB Live & On Demand[54] Live & On Demand[55] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live MLB Network feed Live & On Demand Live & Highlights (starting 2019 regular season)
NPB Live & On Demand (except Yomiuri Giants home games)
[citation needed]
Ice Hockey NHL Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
KHL Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Motorsport Formula One Live & On Demand
Formula 2 Live & On Demand
GP3 Series Live & On Demand
Supercars Championship Live & On Demand
World Rally Championship Live & On Demand
MotoGP[41] Live via beIN Sports feed Live & On Demand (starting 2019)
WorldSBK Live via beIN Sports feed Live & On Demand (starting 2019)
MotoAmerica Live via beIN Sports feed
Red Bull Air Race Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Tennis ATP 250 Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
WTA Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Davis Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Fed Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Rugby Six Nations Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
European Rugby Champions Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
European Rugby Challenge Cup Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand[56]
Premiership Rugby[57] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Pro14 Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
World Rugby Sevens Series[58] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Combat sports UFC Live & On Demand[59] Live & On Demand[60] Live & On Demand[61] Live & On Demand
Bellator MMA[62] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Golden Boy[63] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Matchroom Boxing[64] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
World Boxing Super Series Live & On Demand[65] Live & On Demand
Professional wrestling WWE Live & On Demand[66]
Cue sports Snooker Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Darts PDC Televised Darts Events[67] Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
Cricket ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Live & On Demand Live & On Demand
England home matches Live & On Demand
Pakistan home matches Live & On Demand
Sri Lanka home matches Live & On Demand
West Indies home matches Live & On Demand
Caribbean Premier League Live & On Demand

Device support[edit]

DAZN is supposed to be available in 1080p HD quality on a wide variety of devices including computers/laptops, mobile, tablet, set-top boxes, smart TVs and video game consoles[68] The DAZN app is available for Android mobile and tablet devices through the Google Play store (version 4.4 and above) and on iOS devices running iOS 8.0+ including iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. DAZN is also available on connected devices including Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick and Android TV.

Product Manufacturer Device type
Apple TV - 4th generation only Apple Digital media receiver
PlayStation 3[69] Sony Video game console
PlayStation 4[69] Sony Video game console
Amazon Fire TV Amazon Digital media receiver
Amazon Fire TV Stick Amazon Digital media receiver
LG Smart TV - webOS LG Smart TV
LG Smart TV - Netcast (+2014) LG Smart TV
Samsung Smart TV - Tizen Samsung Smart TV
Samsung Smart TV - Orsay (+2014) Samsung Smart TV
Android TV Google Digital media receiver
Panasonic Smart TVs (2014+) Panasonic Smart TV
Panasonic Firefox OS Panasonic Smart TV
Xbox One Microsoft Video game console
Chromecast[70] Google Digital Media Receiver
Sony Smart TV Sony Smart TV
Roku TV (Canada only)[18][71][72] Roku, Inc. Smart TV
Roku Player (Canada only)[18][71][72] Roku, Inc. Digital Media Receiver

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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