Sportsbetting group FanDuel announced that they've come to terms with Singapore-based fighting league One Championship, and will stream the promotions fights moving forward.
The first stream came last weekend when FanDuel TV broadcast One 164: Pacio vs Brooks, where American fighter Jarred Brooks won the strawweight title by unanimous decision. The promotion also has agreements with other prominent American broadcasters, including Amazon Prime, who stream select events. FanDuel TV launched in 2022 as a relaunch of the network TVG, which itself was purchased by Betfair in 2008 before it became part of the conglomerate Flutter Entertainment.
"We're eager to continue expanding the variety of content we're offering at FanDuel TV, to introduce our audience to emerging sports," said FanDuel CCO Mike Raffensperger. "We've long respected the content the One Championship team is producing and are looking forward to bringing their action to our audience through FanDuel TV and FanDuel+."
One Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong also commented, adding: "We are thrilled to join the FanDuel TV lineup and give our passionate U.S. audience yet another way to engage with One Championship. Having a quality partner in FanDuel will help raise the profile of our company in the region and provide their viewers with action-packed martial arts events like they have never seen before."