Fanatiz announced this Thursday the addition of Tigo Sports to its content portfolio. This way, the channel directly broadcasts the main matches of the different tournaments of the National Football League of Guatemala, and of the National Futsal League. In addition, Tigo Sports offers users news programming and the best sports analysis shows. Fanatiz subscribers will also be able to enjoy content related to fitness, cycling, boxing, tennis, and others.
‘Fanatiz strives to bring the best in football to subscribers across the US, including expat football fans facing the struggles of catching their beloved teams while outside their countries’, reported Matias Rivera, CEO & Founder of Fanatiz. ‘Fanatiz has seen strong growth from the Central American football community worldwide, and we are thrilled to add Tigo Sports to our programming, allowing the over a million Guatemalans living outside of their country to enjoy their favorite home teams’ matches. With various sports and leagues taking the field again, we are excited to offer more of the content fans crave, while expanding our programming to include new countries and coverage from the Americas and Europe’, he added.
Through the partnership agreement, Tigo Sports is now available to Fanatiz subscribers on all screens by logging in from a PC, downloading the app on iOS and Android smartphones, or on streaming TV providers like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV and Android TV.
‘We are thrilled to be part of the Fanatiz platform lineup and bring all the Tigo Sports content to our US fans. With this partnership, people will have the best digital experience and enjoy great productions made by our talented staff in Guatemala’, said Gustavo Vassaux, Product and Digital Director at Tigo Guatemala.
Fanatiz is committed to bringing sports fans football matches from La Liga, top-flight Argentine and Colombian football leagues, access to premier South American tournaments such as Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana, as well as other marquee sports programming.
Matias Rivera, Fanatiz CEO & Founder, is one of the confirmed speakers in ‘New video sports piracy threats in Latin America’, new Sportv Series Latin America virtual panel developed by Dataxis, which will take place on September 17th at 1:00 PM (ART). Rivera will also participate in the coming Sportv Series Latin America virtual event, to be held virtually on October 6th, also organized by Dataxis.