DAZN SWITCHES ON GAMECHANGING ‘MULTIVIEW’ FUNCTION

  • DAZN SUBSCRIBERS WORLDWIDE CAN NOW WATCH UP TO FOUR EVENTS AT THE SAME TIME ON ONE SCREEN
  • THE ‘MULTIVIEW’ FEATURE LAUNCHES ON APPLE TV DEVICES​, FOR ALL LIVE AND ON-DEMAND SPORT COVERAGE

London, 6 February – DAZN, the world’s first pure-sport live and on demand streaming service, announced today an innovative new feature called ‘MultiView’ that enables fans to watch up to four live or on-demand events at the same time on one screen.

In just a few clicks users can now enjoy an immersive multi-screen experience without the hassle of having to connect or cast to different screens. To activate the feature, users simply long press using the Apple TV remote and select multiple videos to watch.

The ‘MultiView’ feature is currently available on fourth and fifth generation Apple TV devices to all DAZN subscribers in the U.S., Canada, Japan, Italy, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and will launch in future markets Spain and Brazil when the service goes live.

Ben Lavender, DAZN’s Chief Product Officer, said: “DAZN is paving the way to a whole new sport watching experience. Compared to traditional linear TV, DAZN users now have the ability watch two, three or four games at once with a few clicks – it’s a game changer. The ‘MultiView’ function means fans never need miss a second of their favourite sports.”

Richard Giannetti, DAZN Senior Product Manager, who oversaw the project commented: “The new ‘MultiView’ function will enhance the way fans watch sports. There are many concurrent live fixtures on the DAZN platform and giving fans the freedom to watch multiple events at once in an immersive way was a natural improvement for the product. We’re excited to constantly improve and create new viewing experiences for fans.”

The announcement comes ahead of DAZN’s launch in Spain and Brazil. DAZN will enter the Spanish market with exclusive broadcast rights to stream MotoGP™, English Premier League and EuroLeague basketball. In Brazil, DAZN has secured rights to Copa Sudamericana, Serie A TIM and Ligue 1, with more major rights to be announced soon.