Fanatiz becomes global distributor for Brazilian football, including USA and Puerto Rico
The streaming platform has been selected as the global distribution partner for one of the world's biggest 10 leagues: the Brasileirão.
Fanatiz announced today an agreement to be the official global distributor outside Brazil of the top two divisions of Brazilian soccer: Serie A and B, known to supporters as the Brasileirão. Ranked in the top 10 most important leagues in the world and followed by soccer fans the world over, the Brasileirão has not been broadcast in its entirety since 2018.
The Brasileirão Pack is available as a stand-alone package separate from the basic plan, with the price varying according to country. In the United States and Puerto Rico, the special pack costs $7.99 per month and includes a 7-day free trial. It includes all Serie A and B games live and on-demand. The prices in each country can be checked at www.fanatiz.com.
"We're delighted to welcome the Brasileirão to Fanatiz, adding one of the ten best leagues in the world to our catalogue of high quality football. We're aware of the difficulties fans around the world have to be able to enjoy high quality football and in particular the Brasileirão, with many games not being available worldwide since 2018. Today, Fanatiz has once again kept its promise to bring top quality football to fans worldwide with the launch of the Brasileirão pack," said Matias Rivera, CEO and founder of Fanatiz. "A big welcome to all the fans of Brazilian football to the largest stadium in the world," he added.
The Brasileirão represents a major addition to Fanatiz' catalogue, with fans of Brazilian football from around the world, including the US and Puerto Rico, being able to enjoy watching their favourite team when and where they want to, legally and with no interruptions.
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