DAZN is changing its monthly subscription fee for new and existing customers in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland as it broadcasts more live events and produces more original content.
Founded on the principle of increasing access of premium sports to fans, DAZN is adding more rights and programmes for viewers in the UK and Ireland.
That includes an exclusive event on September 4, with Katie Taylor, Josh Warrington and Conor Benn in action, and more to come.
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DAZN has now acquired the rights to the UEFA Women's Champions League and new boxing events, and the introductory offer of £1.99 UK / €1.99 per month will be replaced for new customers on August 31 with a new £7.99 / €7.99 pm price point. Existing UK & Ireland subscribers will be moved to £7.99 / €7.99 pm following a migration period from September 30, completed by November 6.
The new price covers 32+ Fight Nights Annually, including 16 Matchroom fights (subject to availability) and other original boxing content, and 61 UWCL games between now and 2023 (subject to availability). There’s also a growing line-up of original programming such as Ronaldo: El Presidente, La Guerra Civil, Canelo: The Greatest Athlete You’ve Never Seen, Club Ibiza, as well as new original series to be announced shortly.
Since launching in December 2020, DAZN has shown fights featuring Canelo Alvarez, Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin and Ryan Garcia and this summer broadcast the unmissable Fight Camp series.
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