Fans of boxing who want a piece of the ringside action on their phones and tablets can get stuck into BoxNation’s app for iOS and Android.
The streaming service lets boxing fans catch up on the go over 3G, 4G and WiFi connections on phones and tablets for £9.99/month.
Upcoming bouts include Golden Boy Promotions’ Chaves vs Keith Thurman in the Interim WBA World Welterweight Championship as well as Omar Figueroa vs Nihoto Arakawain in the Interim WBC World Lightweight Championship.
Future highlights include Nathan Cleverly’s match against the unbeaten Russian light heavyweight Sergey Kovalev on August 17 and Floyd Maywether Jr. facing off against Saul Alvaerz on September 14.
BoxNation general manager Jim McMunn said: “This new app is an exciting new development for BoxNation and will bring boxing to a new level. Boxing fans will now have a range of fights, both live and fights they might have missed, at their fingertips and available to watch whenever they like.”
As well as giving subscribers a dedicated live feed, powered by SimpleStream’s CatchupTV technology, the apps also come with exclusive interviews and a back catalogue of fights from the last three months.
Dan Finch, director of SimpleStream said: “SimpleStream is extremely pleased to be working with BoxNation to bring boxing to a wider audience who can now not only watch live fights, but can also access a huge video library not available on any of the other platforms.”
SimpleStream is the company that provides the technology for Box TV’s online streaming service that pipes Kerrang! Kiss and Magic music videos over the internet.
BoxNation is available on Sky (437), Virgin Media (546) and Livestream.tv and costs £10/month, with a one-off £10 registration fee for Sky and Livestream.tv customers.