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‘Shambles’ – Boxing fans fume as DAZN introduce new 30-day notice cancellation policy

DAZN has come under fire again after it introduced a new 30-day cancellation period for their subscribers.

The streaming service, which launched with a £7.99-a-month subscription, contacted their subscribers this week about a change in their terms and conditions.

Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom have a big-money deal with streaming service DAZN

Matchroom have a major deal with, said in their statement: “Thank you for being a valued DAZN subscriber.

We hope you’ve enjoyed all the live sports, original content and overall viewing experience on DAZN since you joined us.

“We’re reaching out to inform you that we’ve made changes to our Terms and Conditions.

“This includes a new 30-day notice cancellation policy for direct subscribers, an update to our supported device list, updates around potential new tiering models and more.”

The Everything Boxing Twitter account shared the news online, and fight fans instantly condemned the move.

One tweeted: “They’ve been putting out dross recently, must be to stop people signing up for one off cards.

“I’m giving @EddieHearn till Christmas to put some value on it (non PPV and non YouTube circus) or I’m out tbh.”

Another declared: “Game over!”

A fellow Twitter user asked: “Is this the final nail in the coffin for DAZN?”

While another commented: “Dazn has been a s*** show since it’s entered the UK . We were promised big things!”

This latest DAZN criticism comes hot on the heels of the streaming service being slammed for screening an event from Sheffield on Saturday as part of a big money deal with a YouTube Boxing promoter.

It featured what many described as “basically white collar unlicensed” show which led to Tyson Fury’s friend Isaac Lowe hitting out after watching one bout that involved an OnlyFans performer.

He tweeted: “Wow, the [British] Boxing Board of Control should have something to do about this. How do you let this go on TV?

“Promoters should be embarrassed by themselves. [They’ll do] anything for money. People’s lives are on the line.

“DAZN Boxing, what are you doing here?”

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