Sports streaming service, DAZN, has gone live in Brazil, marking its Latin American debut and the over-the-top offering’s ninth market launch.
The Brazilian service rolls out with a line-up of domestic and international football, including the Copa Sudamericana and coverage of Brazil’s third-tier league, Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.
International football rights include: Italy’s Serie A, Serie B and Supercoppa Italiana; France’s Ligue 1, Ligue 2 and Coupe de France; the UK’s FA Cup; Major League Soccer from the US; Japan’s J-League; and the African Cup of Nations.
Other sports that will be shown on the service include: EuroLeague and British All-Star Championship basketball; Matchroom Boxing; WTA tennis; NTT IndyCar Series; Professional Fighters League; and Glory Kickboxing.
“Going live in Brazil is the latest milestone in the DAZN journey, marking our ninth market across four continents,” said DAZN Executive Chairman, John Skipper.
“We’re excited to be at the forefront of this moment as streaming becomes the preferred way to consume the most valuable content in the world, premium live sports.”
Bruno Rocha, DAZN’s EVP for Brazil added: “We are excited and committed to bringing the best possible content to our affordable and flexible service for Brazilian sport fans.”
DAZN first went live in August 2016, debuting in Japan, Germany, Austria and Switzerland before launching in Canada in 2017, in Italy and the US in 2018, and in Spain earlier this year.
The sports streaming service is priced at R$37.90 per month in Brazil (£7.30) with one-month free trial and no long-term contract.