DAZN, the Netflix of sports, launches in Canada

Good news for Canadian sports fans: It’s about to get a whole lot easier to cut the cord on cable this summer. DAZN, a live sports streaming service often referred to as the Netflix of sports, has officially launched in Canada. And just in time for the start of the NFL season, which gets underway in a few short weeks.

pple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, VIZIO SmartCast, and Xbox One. It also has dedicated iOS and Android apps, and can be accessed through any standard web browser on your computer or laptop.

Once you’re signed up and subscribed (for $20 per month) you get full access to NFL Game Pass, NFL RedZone, NFL Sunday Ticket, and NFL Network. That means you have access to every game, every touchdown, and every replay—live and in HD. There are also no blackout restrictions, so you can live stream games on DAZN even if they’re available on TV in your area.

On top of NFL action, DAZN also promises live-streaming access to a full schedule of other premium sports content, including LaLiga Santander, Ligue 1 and Serie A soccer games, MotoGP races, KHL hockey, ATP 250 tennis, PDC darts, FIBA basketball games, and Pro12 rugby matches.

If you’re one of the growing number of Canadians growing disillusioned with the high cost of cable TV packages, but you’ve been holding out because it’s the only way to enjoy live sports in HD, DAZN could be just the ticket you need to take the plunge and cut the cord. 


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