A record 2.7 million global concurrent viewers streamed matches from Italy’s Serie A, Germany’s Bundesliga, MotoGP in Spain, as well as the NFL and the English Premier League in Canada and Spain

DAZN, the leading global sports streaming platform, today announced that its live global sports viewing figures reached a total of well over 65 million streams across internet-enabled devices this weekend. DAZN achieved another milestone with over 2.7 million global concurrent viewers streaming sports content at a single moment over the weekend. These new numbers indicate a shift from traditional linear broadcasting to subscription-based streaming, whereby fans from across the world enjoy premium sports from their choice of internet-enabled device.

“DAZN is using next generation technology to challenge the status quo”, said DAZN Co-CEO Shay Segev. “Our mission is to make watching live sports easier and better for fans. We are completely revolutionising the sector, championing the fan in everything we do and making sure they can watch the sports they love. Streaming flexibility is what fans want and DAZN is delivering.”

Over the weekend, DAZN streamed such key sporting fixtures as Torino v Juventus, Fiorentina v Napoli, Sassuolo v Internazionale, Atalanta v Milan and Roma v Empoli (Serie A) across Italy, Bayern München v Eintracht Frankfurt, Mainz 05 v Union Berlin and Arminia Bielefeld v Bayer Leverkusen (Bundesliga) across DACH, the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas (MotoGP) in Spain, and Liverpool v Manchester City (EPL) in Canada and Spain.

DAZN delivers content direct to the consumer. Subscribers are able to access live and on-demand content from any internet-enabled device, such as Smart TVs, laptops and computers, mobile phones, tablets and games consoles. Unlike traditional sports broadcasters, DAZN does not require its fans to commit to long-term contracts but operates an affordable subscription model.