I think this is the biggest issue. With the Big Ten taking a majority of their conference-controlled games to FOX/FS1 we lose out on a few Power Five games each week that we used to get (at least with the ones that go to FS1). Until either Bell or Rogers or something like the DAZN steps up and either a) is able to broadcast FS1 college football games or b) creates a college football-specific package separate from any cable package, we will start to lose out more and more.Plus this year, Big 10 fans are likely going to get screwed out of games because FOX now gets 1st and 3rd pick of the Saturday match-ups. I'd imagine most of the marque games will be on FOX but I'm sure some will be on FS1. The Super Sports pack rarely airs FS1 games, it's usually just ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN U games.
Some one asked the same question on Twitter and this is DAZN's response:I just noticed that all the soccer leagues previously shown on the Dazn Canada website have now been removed.
Showstopper for me. If not on Roku or an app on my Bravia, not interested. Personally I like the MLB.TV model better - I just want/willing to pay for the one sport I'm interested in.DAZN said on Twitter that their goal is to have Apple TV live before the season starts. They're also working on PS4, but no timeline. Several people have asked about Roku, but there don't seem to be any plans for that.
Roku is popular in the U.S., but doesn't seem to be as popular in Canada or the other countries DAZN operates in.