New soccer streaming service launches in Chile


The new soccer streaming service Fanatiz was launched in Chile this week with an offer that includes live matches, in HD, of leagues from Argentina, Mexico, Peru and Chile. The monthly subscription costs USD 14.99 but currently has a promotional value of USD 9.99, after 14 days of free trial.

The service has global reach but there are restrictions depending on the broadcast rights for each country. Users located in Mexico, for example, can only watch the matches of the Chilean soccer league, as well as the Chile Cup, while if users access from the South American country, only the Liga MX is available, and for home matches of teams America, Guadalajara, Toluca, Cruz Azul, UNAM, Monterrey, Tigres and Necaxa, according to its website. Asia, Africa and Europe are the regions from where subscribers can access to the greatest amount of content.

The monthly subscription also includes VOD content. In addition, the service offers free content such as highlights of the matches, news, documentaries and statistics.

Fantatiz is available through its website and the app for iOS and Android. The platform allows only one active device per account so it is not possible to watch on two screens simultaneously.

“With the launch of this global service we aim to connect sports fans with Latin American soccer, which generates interest not only in those people who are not living in their countries and do not have access to the transmissions, but also in many Asian and European fans,” explained in a statement Matías Rivera, executive director of Fanatiz.