Eleven Sports Launches First Pay-Per-View Sports Content in Portugal

Eleven Sports will launch on December 7th, during the boxing match between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz, the first Pay-Per-View sports content in Portugal. This innovative concept offers the possibility of viewing the match for fans of the sport without having to subscribe to a monthly or annual channel pass.
For just € 4.99, fans of the sport can thus guarantee access to exclusive coverage of Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Andy Ruiz, via Eleven Sports streaming service or via operators, without having to subscribe to a package. full of contents.

“Fans are increasingly looking for flexible ways to watch their favorite sporting events. We know that, in Portugal, people value this convenience and ease of choosing the modalities that really interest them without the obligation to subscribe to complete packages. By releasing this first Pay-Per-View sports content, we give fans the chance to only pay for the content they want to see.
Nuno Filipe Miranda, Marketing and Communication Director, Eleven Sports Portugal

With this announcement, Eleven Sports innovates again in the Portuguese market for its technological capacity and anticipation of consumer expectations, putting the best sports content within the reach of all sports lovers.

Epic rematch worth four world titles

The second match between Mexican Andy Ruiz and British Anthony Joshua is scheduled for December 7 at 7 pm in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.
Joshua suffered the biggest setback of his career in June as he lost his heavyweight champion title to Ruiz and immediately exercised his contract right of rematch. In the first duel, Ruiz surprised by beating Joshua for a technical knockout in the seventh round.

The match will be worth four world titles in the Heavyweight category: WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO.

Eleven Sports fans and fans of this sport in Portugal will be able to follow, from 16h on December 7th, every moment of this unique event with a Pay-Per-View selection available, besides Portugal, also in Belgium and Taiwan.

“We want to bring the biggest sporting events to Eleven Sports fans and there aren’t many events with the size and mediatism of this particular to qualify the world heavyweight champion. This bout is a great addition to an already very strong rights portfolio in Portugal, which includes the Champions League, La Liga, Formula 1, NFL and more.
Nuno Filipe Miranda, Marketing and Communication Director, Eleven Sports Portugal

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