You can watch live TV on a computer or mobile device without a cable or satellite subscription. You just have to know where to look. Shares Streaming services are finally starting to replace cable as the go-to destination for hot shows, but broadcast TV has had one major advantage over its online counterpart: live television. Not anymore. Brian A.
And the great news is that it seems to be getting bigger and bigger. The service first launched in Austria, Germany, Japan and Switzerland in August but soon expanded into Canada the following year. What sports does DAZN show? Due to the fact that streaming rights differ from country to country, the live sporting events available from DAZN will depend on where you live.
The company also has a deal with Bellator to live stream 22 events per year and it will also show 15 fight nights each year from the World Boxing Super Series. While we're loathe to simply link to a wiki, the table it includes makes things super easy to see what's streaming where.
How much does DAZN cost? With DAZN there is no contract so customers can cancel their membership at any time. We're afraid not. DAZN used to offer a free trial to its customers, which was handy to get a flavour of the service - as well as watching standalone events absolutely free.
But the free trial has now been removed.
Not convinced by DAZN? DAZN says that you should be able to watch its service on your subscription even if you are out of the country, just as long as your account as cross-border portability included.
If you're keen to watch something on DAZN but are struggling to get access where you are, you could always try using a VPN to and change your IP address to one in a country where the service is available. You even get three months free when you sign up with the above link.