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You Don’t Need Cable TV Anymore to Watch Live Sports

DAZN is a streaming app that lets you watch your favorite sports live. Available for mobile phones, smart TVs, computers and gaming consoles, the app is known for its wide coverage of sports and some high-quality streaming.

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PROS

  • An ideal streaming service for sports enthusiasts
  • Saves a lot of time locating live streams

CONS

  • Not for people who don’t watch sports
  • Not available in many countries

DAZN is a streaming app that lets you watch your favorite sports live. Available for mobile phones, smart TVs, computers and gaming consoles, the app is known for its wide coverage of sports and some high-quality streaming.

Intro to the Business

DAZN is a video streaming company based in the United Kingdom. It focuses on striking deals with several sports leagues so that it could offer live sports to its patrons through its streaming tool. The company offers services in the United States, Canada, Germany, Japan, Switzerland and Austria. You can live-stream pretty much all sports: soccer, cricket, American football, baseball, golf, tennis, motorsports, ice hockey, etc. on the app. Live sports streaming could be found for free online, but those would not match the quality that paid services such as DAZN provide. Also, everything is well put together in one place, which makes it easier to locate your favorite sporting events.

Free Trial

DAZN offers a one month trial to new users. The trial service is easy to set up. To get on-board, you need to register with the process, which entails divulging your contact details and payment information. The signing up can be done in the streaming app or DAZN’s website. Once registered, you may watch live sports for free for a month. If you have a gaming console or streaming player, you may also watch the content on your television.

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