GLORY and EVERSPORT.TV partner to bring the magic of live sport to kickboxing fans around the world
GLORY is pleased to announce a new partnership with specialist streaming provider EverSport. The partnership kicks off with GLORY 19 on Friday, February 6 when both the GLORY 19 and Superfight Series 19 cards will be streamed live in high-definition (HD) for the first time.
The four-and-a-half hour stream will include 11 bouts for the cost of just $20 and also comes with on-demand replay for the 24-hour period after purchase. It will be available at www.gloryworldseries.com and www.eversport.tv and at various affiliate sites.
“We are always listening to the fans and always trying to bring them what they want,” said Ivan Farneti, GLORY Executive Director and Head of Digital, “and what they want is access to the full event, live, as if they were sitting at ring side”.
“We looked into ways of doing that and EverSport quickly became the obvious choice due to the quality of their technology and their experience in delivering live sporting events to digital users around the World”
“Our mission is to bring fans the authorized live broadcasts of sporting events from around the world via the web and connected media devices. If it’s not on TV, then fans should find it on EverSport,” said Carl Kirchhoff, Co-Founder and President of EverSport.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, the team at EverSport combines twin passions for sports and technology. Central to the company ethos is a belief that sports fans should have the opportunity to watch whatever sporting event, wherever they are in the world.
GLORY 19 is headlined by the Heavyweight title fight between the GLORY Champion Rico Verhoeven (Holland) and Errol Zimmerman (Curacao) and includes the co-headline middleweight bout between Joe Schilling (USA) and Robert Thomas (Canada), the 2 semi-finals of the Welterweight Contender Tournament: Nieky Holzken (Holland) vs Alexandr Stectsurenko (Ukraine), and Raymond Daniels (USA) vs. Jonatan Oliveira (Brazil) and the final of the tournament.
GLORY Superfight Series 19 is headlined by Andy ‘The Machine’ Ristie (Surinam) facing off against Australian power-puncher ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Moxon. Also on the card is young Canadian prodigy Josh Jauncey, facing professional boxer and kickboxer Max Baumert (Germany)
The live stream will be geo-blocked in the USA and former Yugoslavian countries.