The World’s Largest Stadium Opens its Doors in Mexico
Fanatiz, the leading soccer streaming service in the United States, arrives in Mexico with the largest selection of soccer leagues from the Americas and Europe. Furthermore, it announces the addition of FOX Sports to its content grid, incorporating competitions such as Liga MX, Liga MX Femenil, Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Bundesliga and the best […]
Fanatiz, the leading soccer streaming service in the United States, arrives in Mexico with the largest selection of soccer leagues from the Americas and Europe. Furthermore, it announces the addition of FOX Sports to its content grid, incorporating competitions such as Liga MX, Liga MX Femenil, Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Bundesliga and the best American football, UFC, Formula 1, MLB and boxing events, among other disciplines.
Fanatiz has been a global soccer streaming service pioneer since its foundation in 2017. It began with the streaming of South American leagues and teams, and it has expanded its content offering and territories, thus consolidating its position and confirming its growth. In the last year alone, Fanatiz increased by more than 100% its number of subscribers in the United States, and multiplied its outreach in the rest of the world with the incorporation of leagues and channels of global influence. Currently, it serves users in more than 90 countries.
Through Fanatiz, soccer fans throughout Mexico will now be able to enjoy, on a single platform, matches from the leagues of Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, Italy and Germany, as well as the Champions League, Europa League and the CONCACAF Champions League, with streaming available as VOD up to 72 hours after the match airs live.
The world’s largest stadium opens its doors in Mexico during soccer’s biggest month, with the semifinals and final of the Europa League as well as the Champions League (May 26 and 29, respectively), as well as the return of the Brasileirao (May 30), where two-time champion Flamengo will face Palmeiras on the same day the Liga Argentina final will be played.
“We are very excited to offer Mexican fans the opportunity for secure access, all in one place, to the greatest variety and quantity of soccer matches, along with the best live and VOD sporting events and special programs,” said Matías Rivera, CEO and founder of Fanatiz. “We know that soccer is Mexico’s king of sports, with unconditional support for local teams and great interest in international professional leagues. That is why we are opening up to them the world’s largest stadium,” he added.
On the app, Fanatiz users will be able to customize their experience to follow their favorite teams, with updated details such as match schedules and statistics.
With the addition of FOX Sports to its grid, Fanatiz subscribers will also have access to Formula 1 World Championship content, like the Spanish Grand Prix, to be held at the Circuit Catalunya (May 7-9) and the historic GP of Monaco (May 20-23); as well as see Dodgers champions Julio Urías and Víctor González, and José Urquidy of the Houston Astros, who are Mexicans looking to reach the World Series.
Ernesto López, Senior Vice President of Production and Programming at FOX Sports México, commented: “FOX Sports México is the leader in sports entertainment, and with this commitment we always seek to be at the forefront to offer our audiences one more option for the enjoyment of our services. At FOX Sports México we are very happy and proud of this new alliance that will allow us to expand our presence on a platform as important as Fanatiz. At this moment, FOX Sports México understands the situation that humanity is experiencing and the need to be connected and adapt to this new normal, always innovating and looking for new channels to satisfy the demands of our audience from any device.”
“Our mission is to give soccer and sports fans access to the competitions and events that they love, at the best price and with the best experience. As part of this commitment, we are very pleased to launch our service in Mexico and announce our partnership with FOX Sports in Mexico to introduce the most comprehensive soccer offer available in the country, all at an excellent price,” added Rivera.
You can access all the programming and purchase the service on www.fanatiz.com. Fanatiz is available from its website on any computer and on all screens from its application on Roku, Sony Bravia, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Apple TV and apps for iOS and Android.