AEW announces multi-year exclusive broadcast deal with DAZN


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AEW and DAZN announced a multi-year and multi-territory exclusive broadcast partnership on Thursday afternoon. The new deal will bring AEW content to 42 markets across Europe and Asia.

DAZN Group announced that it has secured exclusive broadcast rights to  top American professional wrestling promotion All Elite Wrestling (AEW) in a multi-year  agreement that will bring its premium matches and entertainment to DAZN subscribers in  42 markets across Europe and Asia.”

Effective immediately, the red-hot promotion will add more than 200 events annually to DAZN’s ever-growing schedule, including:

  • AEW: Dynamite – Every Wednesday
  • AEW: Rampage – Every Friday
  • AEW Battle of the Belts – 4x per year
  • AEW PPVs – 4x per year
  • AEW Dark Elevation – Every Monday
  • AEW Dark – Every Tuesday

The introduction of AEW to DAZN’s schedule is another major addition to the breadth of multi-sport content available on the platform and further cements DAZN as a growing global home of combat sports.

Because of the partnership with DAZN, AEW will now be available in the following countries:

Albania, Alderney, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia,  Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Georgia, Gibraltar,  Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Jan Mayen Islands, Jersey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,  Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic  of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Svalbard, Sweden, Tajikistan, Turkey,  Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.

AEW’s next major event is Revolution, which will air on PPV on Sunday March 5. Matches for that event have not been announced at this time.

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1 Comment on AEW announces multi-year exclusive broadcast deal with DAZN

  1. “AEW will now be available in the following countries”, that should say “AEW will now be available in the following countries and territories” because many of those are not countries (like Alderney, which is part of the United Kingdom and Svalberd, which is part of Norway).

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