Fanatiz revamps platform and brand

Fanatiz made a series of announcements  including the unveiling of a new web platform and brand identity, its launch on Android TV and a new sports package complimentary to all users.

Since the cancellation and postponement of several football and sports seasons due to COVID-19, Fanatiz has been working to enhance the platform’s features, revamping its brand and user interface across devices, in preparation for the return of some of its best live football events, later this month.

In addition to the release of the new branding, which will be available in the coming weeks on Amazon Fire TV and Roku, Fanatiz is expanding accessibility with the launch of its first free offering, Freemium, boasting a wide variety of football channels with interviews, documentaries and other contents. Fans will be able to access free content and football channels, including Real Madrid TV in Spanish and Sevilla TV (both available only on Fanatiz in the US); For the Fans; XtremFootball, and Todo Noticias. Fanatiz also announced its availability on Android TV, which means the arrival of Fanatiz to Smart TVs without the need for external streaming devices. This allows consumers with Sony, Sharp, Skyworth, Nvidia, Xiaomi, JBL, Hisense or Philips devices to download the app directly to their Smart TV.

‘Today is an exciting day in the evolution of our business’, said Matias Rivera, Fanatiz Founder & CEO. ‘Though the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are far-reaching and have touched us all, we have been working hard to continue improving our service and the experience we offer to our clients. Just like the players and sports we love most; our work never sleeps and we are excited to share this new platform for fans eager to restart the football season with a bang. We are also excited to welcome new fans to the ‘World’s Largest Stadium’’, he explained.

Fanatiz brings consumers the most exciting matches from La Liga (Spain), top-flight Argentine and Colombian football  leagues,as well as access to premier South American tournaments such as Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana, together with  other sports programming. In addition, at the end of January, Fanatiz was officially launched in Puerto Rico

 Fanatiz is the only platform that customizes the entire online customer experience, allowing viewers to choose their favorite team and receive direct access to their matches, as well as ongoing data from each of their favorite teams. Viewers can access Fanatiz from all screens by logging onto its website on a PC, by downloading the app on iOS and Android smartphones or on TV by streaming from Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV and now Android TV.