YouTube competitors KSI and Logan Paul will be back in the boxing ring on November 9 for a rematch of their very first livestreamed battle, which occurred in 2015 and led to a draw.

However there’s a crucial distinction from in 2015’s contest– the 2 guys are moving far from the really platform that moved them to fame.

The match will be held at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, a 21,000- capability arena, which is house to the Los Angeles Lakers, and will be streamed solely to United States livestreaming service DAZN. In 2015’s battle, which occurred on Manchester, was offered to stream through YouTube’s pay-per-view service.

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It’s a surprise choice offered how dependent the 2 online stars are on YouTube, netting countless customers, views, and most likely countless dollars in advertisement earnings from the video website.

However KSI’s supervisor, Liam Chivers, took a swipe at YouTube and stated the group decided to transfer to DAZN to avoid the match from being pirated.

“I wasn’t going to run the risk of broadcast on an unsteady or unsupportive platform and have actually cost and piracy threat placed on KSI,” Chivers stated in a declaration emailed to Organisation Expert.

“I understood directly after the KSI vs Logan battle that we didn’t require to host the rematch on YouTube PPV[pay-per-view] Not simply for the absence of advertising assistance and high charges, however due to the fact that individuals still need to click a link to buy the battle no matter where it is hosted.”

More than 860,000 audiences tuned in to see the match on YouTube’s pay-per-view service in 2015 and paid $10 to do so. However a lot more audiences enjoyed the match through different prohibited streams on Twitch

Jason Kint, CEO of Digital Material Next and a professional in the market, vented his disappointment about prohibited streaming on Twitter in 2015.

“Absolutely nothing makes good sense any longer,” he composed “I’m checked off at Amazon [which owns Twitch] for not securing the live PPV [Pay-Per-View] IP of Google’s YouTube from piracy. Invite to our world, YouTube. Millions in right away declined and more notably weakens future organisation chances as it trains piracy is just a click away. Amazon stop working.”

It is unclear precisely just how much it will cost to see the battle on DAZN – a subscription to stream limitless sports on its website costs $9999 a year or $1999 for a versatile regular monthly strategy. It’s likewise possible that fans will still have the ability to pirate the match unlawfully.

And it’s unclear yet how UK audiences, who are not able to gain access to DAZN, will have the ability to tune in; Chivers stated in his declaration that this will be validated in “due course.”