Fanatiz now available on Hisense’s smart TVs with VIDAA operating system in Mexico

The SVOD OTT Fanatiz, whose catalog is focused on sports content, continues to strengthen its presence in the Mexican market, where it was officially launched this year. After announcing a new partnership with Claro Sports days ago, the platform confirmed that, starting this month, it will be available as a pre-installed app on Hisense’s smart TVs with VIDAA operating system.

According to the officially reported information, the Fanatiz app will be pre-installed on those Hisense’s smart TVs with VIDAA operating system with 2K and 4K resolution, and will allow access to various competitions that are held in Latin America and the world, such as the Mexican Professional Football League (Liga MX); series A and B of the Professional Football League that is played in Brazil (Brasileirão); the Argentine Professional Football League; NFL games; Formula 1; the Copa Libertadores; all Fox Sports and Claro Sports programming, including the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and the 2021-2022 Bundesliga; and other content.

‘At Hisense and VIDAA, we are committed to providing the greatest added value to our consumers, making them easier to access to quality content on devices with the best proprietary technologies , so that the watching experience is always the best at all times’, reported Manuel Medina, Marketing Director at Hisense Mexico. ‘Hisense, VIDAA and Fanatiz understand their consumers very well, who want to access sports at the same time they are taking place. With the innovations offered by our devices, they will now be able to have a much more intense experience, with images and sounds that will transport them to the venues of the events’, the executive completed.

From Fanatiz they have also expressed themselves on the partnership through its CEO & Founder, Matias Rivera. ‘This partnership agreement strengthens our commitment to sports fans, to make Fanatiz continue to grow by expanding the availability of our platform with a leading technology brand, such as Hisense’, said the executive.