Brazil is the ninth market the sports streamer has now launched in


Sports streamer has launched in Brazil, its ninth market.

DAZN has been broadcasting football fixtures on social media in the run-up to launch and is now offering full access to its sports subscription platform.

In Brazil, it is charging R$37.90 per month ($9.55/£7.30) with a one-month free trial, with no contract.

DAZN’s content line-up for Brazil includes Conmebol Sudamericana, Campeonato Brasileiro Série C, Serie A TIM, Serie BKT and Supercoppa Italiana, FA Cup, Ligue 1 Conforama, Domino’s Ligue 2 and Coupe de France, MLS, J-League and AFCON.

Other sports include: the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague and British All-Star Championship basketball, Matchroom Boxing USA and Italy, WTA tennis, NTT IndyCar Series, Professional Fighters League and Glory Kickboxing.

DAZN is available on connected devices, including TVs, streaming devices, smartphones, PCs and games consoles.

DAZN executive chairman John Skipper said: “Going live in Brazil is the latest milestone in the DAZN journey, marking our ninth market across four continents.”

Bruno Rocha, EVP Brazil, DAZN said: “Football features heavily in our offering, and it’s our aim to overlay all kinds of premium sports to create an unrivalled offering. Ultimately, our goal is simple; to bring fans the best viewing experience with our intuitive platform, a varied premium sports portfolio at an affordable price.”