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Professional Fighters League has launched an app to provide fight fans with access to hours of the promotion’s premium fight content.
The app will be available for free on Apple TV, Roku, Fire, Android and iOS devices. Some of the available content will include a full fight library, including never-before-seen World Series of Fighting bouts; original programming from PFL studios and behind-the-scenes interviews and footage.
“With the launch of our first OTT platform, we’re excited to fulfill the growing global demand for our product by providing fight fans around the world with free access to premium PFL content wherever, whenever and however they want to consume it,” said PFL CEO Peter Murray.
“Professional Fighters League is a media and content company. As we continue to grow, innovate, and reimagine MMA, we have placed an emphasis on engaging fans all year long through impactful storytelling and unprecedented access to the sport, our fighters, and the action inside the cage. As the app continues to evolve, this will especially be a destination for international fans outside the US.”
PFL utilizes a format in which fighters compete for a $1 million prize in their respective weight class at the end of a regular season and playoff campaign. To date, the PFl has completed two seasons but elected to suspend its 2020 schedule until next year due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. PFL events air on ESPN2 and ESPN+ in the United States.
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