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  • #46
    Get ready for your wallet to be a little lighter come the summer time. DAZN loses EPL rights to new player on the scene FuboTV

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/spor...remier-league/

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    • #47
      Originally posted by IrishGuy1979 View Post
      Get ready for your wallet to be a little lighter come the summer time. DAZN loses EPL rights to new player on the scene FuboTV
      https://www.theglobeandmail.com/spor...remier-league/
      Well have to wait and see net pricing later in the year:

      Fubo TV’s U.S. service, which includes more than 100 conventional broadcast and cable channels alongside its sports offerings, costs about US$65 monthly.

      Its slimmed-down sports-focused Canadian service, which offers about a dozen channels, currently retails for $15 a month or $100 a year – a bargain for some fans, considering that its soccer channels on their own would cost more than $250 a year, if purchased individually.

      Asked about the likelihood of a price hike, given the addition of the EPL to its lineup, Morbi said only: “We will remain competitive in pricing in the Canadian market.” She also noted the company would be “making some announcements in the first half of this year” regarding non-sports programming headed to the service.
      plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

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      • #48
        Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post

        Well have to wait and see net pricing later in the year:

        Fubo TV’s U.S. service, which includes more than 100 conventional broadcast and cable channels alongside its sports offerings, costs about US$65 monthly.

        Its slimmed-down sports-focused Canadian service, which offers about a dozen channels, currently retails for $15 a month or $100 a year – a bargain for some fans, considering that its soccer channels on their own would cost more than $250 a year, if purchased individually.

        Asked about the likelihood of a price hike, given the addition of the EPL to its lineup, Morbi said only: “We will remain competitive in pricing in the Canadian market.” She also noted the company would be “making some announcements in the first half of this year” regarding non-sports programming headed to the service.
        That last bit sounds like there could be a price hike. It might be worth getting the annual pass now, before the price goes up.

        I'm not sure there's much on Fubo I want, but on the other hand, soccer is the only thing on DAZN that I watch. (They've got MLB Network too, but I already have that on regular TV anyway.)

        The Fubo press release only talks about Premier League; I'm assuming it will include Championship and League One. I enjoy watching those games too. But if somehow those stay on DAZN, I'm not holding on to DAZN just for that.

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        • #49
          UCL is not mentioned it will be tricky if Dazn got UCL and Fubo got EPL

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