How to watch up to four games at once on DAZN with MultiView on Apple TV

In just a few clicks users can enjoy an immersive multi-screen experience on DAZN with Apple TV.

Too many games to watch and too few screens?

It's a sports lover's dilemma — trying not to miss any action while keeping up with several different events at once.

DAZN has a solution for Apple TV users: The world’s first pure-sport live and on demand streaming service has a feature called "MultiView" that allows viewers to watch up to four different events on one screen at the same time.

Instead of choosing between an NFL or a Premier League game, viewers can watch both simultaneously.

Here's everything you need to know about the feature.

What is DAZN MultiView?

MultiView is an innovative feature that allows DAZN users to watch up to four different live or on-demand events simultaneously on a single screen.

The MultiView feature is available on fourth and fifth generation Apple TV devices to all DAZN subscribers.

How do I watch multiple games at once on DAZN?

To activate MultiView, long press using the Apple TV remote. You then have the option to add up to four games or events, or subtract them, from the on-screen menu.

You can use the Apple TV remote to select a specific game's audio feed, and can switch to a different game at any time.

How do I watch DAZN on Apple TV?

Access the App Store. Once there, search "DAZN" in the search bar and select the icon from the search results to start downloading. Once installed, sign up for DAZN right from the app on your Apple TV. Launch the app and select the "Sign-Up" button to join DAZN.

DAZN offers a 30-day free trial in Canada and then a subscription costs $20 CAD per month. You can also sign up for a one-year subscription for $150 CAD.

A subscription gives users access to the entire live and on-demand content catalog with several different leagues and sports offered, as well as original programming.

Apple TV is just one of many streaming platforms on which you can watch DAZN.

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