The men’s national soccer teams from Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Perú, Colombia, Chile, Paraguay, and Venezuela will be participating
Fanatiz to broadcast the Conmebol World Cup qualifiers
08 de octubre de 2020
Fanatiz began airing the highly anticipated Conmebol World Cup qualifiers – a series of matches that will ultimately decide which South American teams will play in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
The men’s national soccer teams from Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Perú, Colombia, Chile, Paraguay, and Venezuela will all be participating in the Conmebol World Cup qualifiers, which are regarded by many as the most competitive in the world. The platform’s comprehensive coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers will consist of the live broadcast of nine matches that will be played from October 8th to October 13th. All games will be available in English and Spanish. The Brazil match will also be transmitted in Portuguese, exclusively on Fanatiz.
“We are thrilled to be one of the U.S. broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers,” said Matias Rivera, Fanatiz CEO & Founder. “The qualifiers are highly-anticipated among soccer fans, all of which are eager to see if their favorite teams and players will be going to Qatar in 2022. We are excited to provide live coverage of these matches and give sports fans the quality soccer action they crave.”
Fans will have the opportunity to purchase the individual matches for US$29.95, as well as selected bundles of two games for US$49.95, which includes a free three-month subscription of Fanatiz’s Basic package (available for new and current users).
“Unlike competing traditional cable service providers and streaming services, we are excited to extend a free three-month subscription to both new and current users that purchase these qualifier match bundles while available,” added Rivera. “It is important that not only new customers get the opportunity to enjoy this special offer, which is also being extended to our existing user base of active subscribers.”