Pac-12 Networks and DAZN Canada announce multi-year partnership
“DAZN’s service gives our Canadian fans tremendous access to the Pac-12’s portfolio of high-quality live events and originals,” said Alden Budill, Senior Vice President / Head of Distribution & Partner Marketing for Pac-12 Networks. “We’re thrilled to add DAZN to our list of partners and look forward to working with them to bring the very best of Pac-12 sports to our fans in Canada.”
"Giving Canadian fans more access to the sports they love continues to be a priority for us, and today we are excited to be adding yet another great sport property to the growing DAZN platform in Canada," added Alex Rice, Managing Director for Rights and Strategic Development at DAZN. "The Pac-12 is full of high caliber student-athletes and competitions and Canadians will now have more access to that great content when, where and how they want to consume it."
The partnership allows Canadian DAZN subscribers to receive Pac-12 Networks content, an offering that will comprise live events from all 12 universities, including a host of football games, men’s and women’s basketball games, Olympic events and Pac-12 Championships as well as a number of games from the Pac-12 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. In addition, DAZN subscribers will also have access to Pac-12 Networks’ original programming including “The Drive: Pac-12 Football” and “Inside Pac-12 Football.”
Leading live-streaming sports service DAZN offers a monthly service to customers for $20 a month or an introductory annual price for $150, with the first 30 days free. DAZN’s sports streaming service is available on a variety of platforms, including Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, Android, Xbox One, Playstation®4 and Playstation®3 as well as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari. More information on DAZN is available at dazn.com.
Pac-12 Networks’ partnership with DAZN adds to its list of over-the-top partners, with Sling TV and fuboTV offering Pac-12 Networks to fans in the United States.
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