CSI Sports, the New York-based parent company of fight Sports, a 24/7 linear channel dedicated to live championship boxing, kickboxing, MMA and martial arts has launched a subscription digital service in Middle East/North Africa called Fight Sports Max.
The service will debut in the territory on December 7 when fight fans can view the Live Heavyweight World Championship rematch featuring Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr., taking place locally at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia, through Fightsportsmax.ttv.
The app will also carry all build-up programming to the event including the open workouts, press conferences, and weigh-ins.
The service will be available for US$5 in Middle East, while the North Africa service will be priced at US$2.99.
Fight Sports is the exclusive rights holder of this World Championship Live Event in the Middle East, multiple countries across Europe, as well as throughout Africa, where it will be broadcasting the event on a newly launched 24/7 channel on e.tv’s OpenView platform.
Following up in December, subscribers at Fightsportsmax.tv will have exclusive access to the WBC Super Welterweight World Championship rematch on December 21 between Jermell Charlo and Tony Harrison, and will end the year with the December 28 WBA Lightweight World Championship bout between undefeated Gervonta Davis and Olympic Gold Medallist and former World Champion Yuriorkis Gamboa.
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