DAZN had no comment on the decision. Twitter user @jevan_bay and The Streamable blog were the first to report the story.
DAZN was entering the second year of a $300 million, three-year contract with MLB. The streaming service has a firm foothold in some European countries but is still trying to find its way in the U.S. Most of its events in the United States have been boxing and MMA.
The network has also tried to defer rights fees payments and furloughed most of its staff due to the dearth of live sports during the coronavirus pandemic.
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