While the biggest name in specialized sports broadcasting has its own streaming service with ESPN+, lesser-known DAZN offers one of the most unique sports streaming services on the market today. Users in the U.S. can watch exclusive boxing fight nights and Bellator MMA fights featuring big names, as well as hundreds of popular sports for those using DAZN outside of the U.S. The service has wide device coverage making it a great option for watching sports on the go. Here’s your complete list of DAZN device support for 2022.
For everything you need to know about the service, read our in-depth DAZN US Review, and for pricing info, check out DAZN Plans and Pricing in 2022.
What devices work with DAZN?
You can use the DAZN with all of the following devices:
- Streaming: Apple TV 4th Gen, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xfinity, Cox
- Smart TVs: Android TV, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, VIZIO SmartCast TV, Roku TV
- Mobile: Android, iOS, Fire Tablet
- Gaming: PlayStation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One X/S, Xbox Series X/S
- Computer: Most Mac and PC browsers
Can I use DAZN on other devices?
DAZN has fairly extensive device coverage, but we don’t recommend trying to use the app on a device or software version that’s older than those recommended above. If you do, you may be able to get DAZN working, but your functionality may be limited as a result. We recommend you utilize DAZN’s app only on currently-updated devices.
Is DAZN worth the subscription?
If you’re in the US, DAZN is one of the best places to watch fight sports at a low cost. DAZN allows you to bypass the high cost of pay-per-view by offering must-see fight sports for a much more affordable monthly or annual fee. Unfortunately, there’s no free trial for US DAZN users.
If you’re outside of the US in a country where DAZN is currently available, it’s also your best option to get US-based and many other international sporting events at a low cost.
If you’re still not sold on DAZN, check out our Best DAZN alternatives in 2022.
Sam Cook is a full-time content strategist by day, a part-time freelance content writer since 2015. In another life, he was a high school English teacher for nearly a decade. Based in sunny New Orleans, he writes long-form educational content on technology, including Insurtech, Fintech, HRtech, and content streaming. He loves whittling down complex ideas within these areas that make decisions easier for buyers. When he’s not reading books with his son Miles and playing video games with the family, you can find him immersed in his growing collection of Euro-style board games.