DAZN Reveals $99.99 Yearly Plan, Monthly Increase to $19.99
By Keith Idec

If you already subscribe to DAZN, you will have received much of this information in an email Thursday afternoon.

If you’re considering subscribing or have been hesitant to do so, what you need to know is that the emerging streaming service has made some alterations to its subscription packages. Since its official launch in the United States with the Anthony Joshua-Alexander Povetkin fight September 22, DAZN has offered mostly boxing and MMA content for a monthly subscription cost of $9.99 per month.

Starting Monday, DAZN will become available at two price points.

A yearly subscription plan will cost $99.99, or slightly less, $8.33, than the current monthly subscription rate of $9.99. New subscribers also can continue paying on a month-to-month basis, but at twice the cost, $19.99, than the current $9.99 per month.

DAZN’s plan understandably is to put pricing in place that’ll help build its base of sustained subscriptions. Unlike U.S. boxing competitors ESPN, FOX and Showtime, DAZN’s viewership figures aren’t known because DAZN doesn’t release its subscription figures.