Ksi vs Logan Paul 2 Live: Free to watch KSI and Logan paul are two amateur YouTuber boxers. Olajide Olatunji aka KSI is a Nigerian Briton and Logan Paul 2 is American YouTuber boxer had their previous encounter in 2018. The fast fight was held on 25 August 2018. In what looks to be one of the bigger sporting events this weekend, YouTubers Logan Paul and KSI will be facing off in the ring for a rematch of their 2018 fight in London. This time, the two will square off in the U.S., at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
It may not be a match that gets the most respect from boxing enthusiasts, but it’s certain to be a highly-anticipated and highly-viewed one all the same. It is also, as a result, set to make a fair profit for everyone involved.
How much can we expect KSI vs. Logan Paul 2 to generate in revenue?
How Much Revenue Will the KSI vs. Logan Paul Rematch Generate?
There’s no concrete figure, though there have been some hefty estimates. The Daily Mail, for example, claims that it is expected to generate 150 million pounds in revenue (about $191.86 million).
Estimates like these are likely based on the financial success of their first match in 2018. We will update you when more information on the revenue becomes available.
How Much Revenue Was Generated in Last Year’s Match?
There are a lot of figures surrounding the 2018 KSI vs. Logan Paul match, all fairly large. According to The Verge, the YouTube stream of the match had about 773,000 cumulative viewers. KSI, though, claimed that the match did over one million sales, and 950,000 of them were directly from YouTube. It cost approximately $10 for a pay-per-view sale to watch the match.
In addition, 15,000 people bought tickets to the sold out event in Manchester Arena, and it was estimated that 2.7 million pounds ($3.45 million) was made at the live gate alone. All of these figures, of course, pale in comparison to the amount of viewers that viewed the match on pirated streams on websites like Twitch.
Because the match ended in a draw, Paul and KSI split the purse 50/50. While there were rumors that the two of them both made as much as 40 million pounds (about $50 million) from the match, KSI denied it, saying that while the figure was high it was significantly lower than that.
So if you want to watch the fight live, you’re going to have to subscribe to DAZN in one of its two packages. Here’s everything to know about Logan Paul vs. KSI 2 on DAZN, including the cost of a subscription and whether the streaming service offers a free trial.
KSI vs. Logan Paul 2 is available in the U.S. and Canada only by signing up for a subscription on DAZN, a global multisport streaming service. It is not available via pay-per-view through traditional cable or satellite providers.
The DAZN app can be downloaded on many internet-connected devices, including but not limited to:The fight can also be viewed on a computer desktop from Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers via DAZN.com .
Globally, DAZN will stream the fight in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Japan, and Brazil. In the U.K., the fight will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office. In Australia, France, Netherlands, the Baltic region, India and Scandinavia, the Logan Paul-KSI card will be available via FITE.
you can sign up for a monthly subscription or annual pass to watch the fight. The annual pass — which includes access to all of DAZN’s live events, as well as highlights, replays, behind-the-scenes features, original shows and live reports — costs $99.99, which averages out to a little over $8 a month. For those who want a monthly plan instead of the longer-term value, fight fans can sign up for a monthly option for $19.99. (In Canada, a subscription is $20 CAD per month or $150 CAD a year.)
No. DAZN does not offer a free trial in the United States. However, “Countdown to KSI vs. Logan Paul 2” is DAZN’s free-to-air pre-match show covering the red carpet event leading up to the main card. It will stream globally across YouTube, Twitter and Twitch as well as KSI and Logan Paul’s social pages.
New subscribers in Canada can sign up for a 30-day free trial to DAZN.No. The first fight was live-streamed on YouTube, but the second fight can