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TrillerTV to Stream XFC Events

May 9, 2024

Xtreme One Entertainment and its wholly owned subsidiary XFC Global have announced a year-long media rights distribution agreement with TrillerTV to stream the organisation’s XFC live mixed martial arts events.

The platform currently has over 8 million registered users. Additionally, XFC will take advantage of Triller’s pay-per-view promotional capabilities across numerous platforms, including promotion on the home screen of over 7,000 smart TV models.

“Building off the success of XFC50, we’re pleased to team up with TrillerTV and secure a broadcast agreement for the next year of XFC events,” said Doug Kuiper, President of Xtreme One Entertainment. “Fans can watch TrillerTV from any device, anywhere, and the platform is a recognised leader in combat sports streaming. Tune in May 31st for XFC Grand Prix II live from Detroit and see the passion of our fighters and the sport of MMA.”

XFC Grand Prix II will stream live on May 31st from Detroit. TrillerTV and XFC are offering an early-purchase discount for XFC Grand Prix II of $19.99 if purchased by May 29th, and $24.99 thereafter.

XFC Grand Prix II will feature a main event between heavyweights Alex Nicholson and Carl Seumanutafa, a featured bout with Pearl Gonzalez and Rainn Guerrero, and Michigan-based MMA talent such as Collin Anglin. The fight card includes a mix of veterans from the UFC, Bellator and the PFL, along with up-and-comers and the next generation of MMA champions.

“XFC is a top MMA brand that features compelling fighters in their events,” added Triller TV CMO, Kim Hurwitz, “we’re looking forward to a convivial distribution partnership this year filled with exciting talent.”

The livestream will be supported by an all-star team of commentators. At the front is veteran sports reporter and broadcaster Ronnie Duncan calling the blow-by-blow action, joined on color commentary by Jessica Aguilar, a UFC and Bellator combatant who stepped into the cage 30 times during her pro MMA career. Actor/comedian/sports commentator Jonny Loquasto will handle back-of-the-house announcing, while Detroit’s own Rhyan Neco completes the team as ring announcer.

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