Improved video quality as UFC Fight Pass gets makeover
Ultimate Fighting Championship, the international mixed martial arts series, has conducted a major redesign of UFC Fight Pass, its subscription streaming platform available around the world.
The new product offers a better user experience, higher resolution video and greater functionality, according to UFC.
The features include improved video quality streamed in 1080p resolution and a 24/7 linear programming feed across all devices.
There is also more locally relevant content, geo-targeted to specific audiences around the world, and ‘Downloads To Go’, a service enabling offline viewing, will be available from early 2020.
UFC Fight Pass can be accessed on personal computers and multiple devices and platforms, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Apple TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, LG Smart TV and Sony TVs with Android TV.
It is priced at £6.99 ($9.16) per month around the world.
UFC president Dana White said: “We broke new ground when we originally launched Fight Pass, and we continue to innovate by adding features that fight fans are going to love.”
The full offering includes UFC preliminaries for pay-per-view events, more than 1,000 hours of live and exclusive combat sports programming, including MMA, boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai and individual and team submission grappling, an archive of 17,000 fights from more than 35 combat sports organisations, every fight in UFC history, all seasons of The Ultimate Fighter series, plus other original series and historical programming, special features, interviews and behind-the-scenes content.