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DAZN Launches Cable Service Partnership

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DAZN Launches Cable Service Partnership

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nglish sport-streaming service, DAZN, has launched two linear sports channels on Vodafone Deutschland’s German TV platforms.

Customers will be able to subscribe to the DAZN package, which will include the DAZN app, in addition to the two new channels, DAZN 1 and DAZN 2, subscriptions will come into effect immediately after purchase.

The launch will see Vodafone become the first and only German distributor of DAZN content in the form of two linear TV channels, as well as their website.

16 hours of sports content will be shown on the two channels daily, including matches of the German Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Europa League.

A one-month free trial is offered, with a $16 monthly fee thereafter, and a minimum contract period of 12 months.

DAZN channels have already been available in restaurants, bars, hotels, serviced apartments, and betting shops around Austria and Germany.

The DAZN app is also integrated on the Vodafone TV Box in Italy.

GigaTv customers (cable, ADSL/net) will be eligible for the offer, it will also be accessible within all Vodafone TV tariffs in addition to a smartcard.

Customers will have the option of watching DAZN broadcasts via the GigaTV Net Box in areas where no cable network is available.

DAZN group chief subscription officer, Ben King, said: “DAZN’s philosophy is to make premium sports more accessible and affordable for all fans.”

“This consumer-centric partnership with Vodafone now brings DAZN to more than five million German households, regardless of whether they can access the app on their set-top box and lets them pay for all their entertainment on a single bill.

“It is a great example of how entertainment services and operators can collaborate together to deliver more intuitive and satisfying viewing experiences to all sports fans,” he said.

Last year, a linear channel was also launched in Italy by DAZN called DAZN1, which showed selected content that included Serie A, Serie B football among others.

DAZN also collected a total of 507 million hours, more than double compared to 256 million from the year before.

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