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Chilean football-focused over-the-top (OTT) platform Fanatiz aims to exceed 100,000 simultaneous streams in Europe and North America with the River Plate vs. Boca Juniors Superclasico game.

fanatiz superclasico 02 november 2017The streaming service, launched last September, will offer 100,000 free passes to watch the Argentinean Superclasico match in 90% of the world.

The game will be played on 5 November in the Antonio Vespucio Liberti (Estado Monumental) stadium in Buenos Aires. Fanatiz passes will give access to a live, HD signal available via computers, smartphones, tablets, Chromecast and Apple TV.

The match will also be available for a single $2.99 payment and for monthly subscribers.

As Fanatiz owns exclusive TV rights to a number of competitions, content availability varies between countries. So neither the Superclasico nor Superliga Argentina will be available in Latin America, but it will be delivered live across North America and Europe, as well as Asia, Africa and Oceania.

“For Argentinean football, Fanatiz is the only streaming service authorised to deliver the matches to 90% of the world. It offers a new way to watch football online, providing an excellent opportunity for millions of people around the world to follow and enjoy Latin America’s main leagues,” said the company, which owns rights for the regular football leagues of Chile, Mexico, Peru and Argentina, as well as the Argentina Cup and the Chile Cup.