Via FITE: New York, March 1, 2021 – FITE, the premier global platform for sports and entertainment, announced today that its Smart TV app shall be available natively on Samsung TVs worldwide. Starting today, Samsung television models from 2016-2020 will now feature the popular FITE app, which offers premium Pay Per View events, SVOD package options as well as free programming including the free linear channel, FITE 24/7.
Ben Halabi, FITE’s SVP, International Business Development stated, “as part of our continued strategy to enable viewers to watch whenever and wherever, we’re delighted to be on Samsung, bringing premium events to their global user base.”
FITE, an international company headquartered in New York, streams more than 1,000 events a year from Top Rank, PBC, AEW, ONE, and was the exclusive digital home of Tyson vs. Jones, the biggest PPV event of 2020. This year FITE has already kicked off 2021 with major events from Impact, Glory and BKFC KnuckleMania, and promises a bigger than ever year with the top PPV events via the Samsung Smart TV app, offered globally.
2021 will see FITE’s diverse array of live programming from MotoCar FITE Klub to SuperWomen — an all-women’s fighter boxing card — to premium BJJ leagues like Third Coast Grappling to exclusive and brand new live event entrants like SlapStrike. As they say, If it Happens, it’s on FITE.
FITE is the premium global platform for live sports and entertainment offering many of the
industry’s marquee PPV events and SVOD packages with 4MM registered users. FITE is available worldwide through its iOS, Android and Huawei mobile apps, as well as via Apple TV, Android TV, ROKU, and Amazon Fire TV OTT streaming apps. In addition, FITE supports Samsung, Vizio SmartCast™, Cox Contour and the Contour Streaming Player, Foxxum, Chromecast, PS4, XBOX, ZEASN, Comcast’s Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex, Netrange, Vidaa/Hisense, Vewd, Netgem TV, as well as 7,000 models of Smart TVs. Available online at http://www.FITE.tv. #WeWillStreamYouThere
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