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Fanatiz adds Sevilla TV to soccer streaming service

Miami-based soccer streaming service Fanatiz has added Sevilla TV to its growing list of programming for Spanish-language viewers. On top of that, the streaming service has announced $10 million in new funding, which will be help the service expand into more countries overseas.

Sevilla, one of the most popular clubs in LaLiga, have won the Europa League more times than any other club. The Andalusian club currently sits in fourth place in the table for LaLiga behind Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Sevilla TV broadcasts in Spanish-language and features behind-the-scenes programming from the club in addition to match broadcasts shown on delay. beIN SPORTS will continue to be the exclusive broadcaster of LaLiga matches for viewers in the United States.

Fanatiz channels as of January, 2020

As of press time, Fanatiz’s broadcast channels are beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, beIN SPORTS Connect, LaLiga TV, GolTV, GolTV en Español, TyC Sports Internacional, NuestraTele and Club de Soccer (Fanatiz’s in-house video network).

While Fanatiz specializes in streaming soccer primarily for a Spanish-speaking audience, the streaming service also broadcasts in English via beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS Connect and GolTV to provide significant cost savings compared to other broadcasters (Fanatiz is currently $7.99/month).

In related news, Fanatiz has closed a $10 million Series A funding round with a Miami-based private investment firm with interests that span several high growth industries.

Led by Fanatiz Founder & CEO, Matías Rivera, today’s announcement comes on the heels of numerous accomplishments, including the company’s 125% increase in paid subscribers since July, 2019.

Soccer fans can access Fanatiz from all screens by logging onto www.fanatiz.com on a PC, by downloading the app on iOS and Android smartphones or on TV by streaming from Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and Apple TV.

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Carlos Perez

    January 24, 2020 at 10:26 pm

    Good news: I am seeing La Liga, Copa Libertadores, and more games on demand in the past games section for Fanatiz. If it stays this way, it’s tremendous and would be new instead of just Superliga Argentina games.

    • Monte Reed

      January 25, 2020 at 8:13 pm

      After reading your comment, I had to check it out myself. On Roku, it looks like all matches from today and yesterday are on demand. I fast forward through the Barcelona game just to make sure we can. I did not see any Copa Libertadores matches, maybe they just started on demand or it may only be on demand for a few days.

      • Carlos

        January 25, 2020 at 9:56 pm

        I checked an email they sent me and it says all Bein Sports, Superliga, and TyC games will have 3 days on demand to watch.

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