The Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears NFL Week 10 will be streamed exclusively on DAZN in North America instead of YouTube or on a traditional pay-per-view.
Those interested in watching the NFL Week 10 can find DAZN on a number of different systems, including, but not limited to, Amazon Fire TV/stick, Android, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Roku and Xbox One. Viewers can also find it on DAZN.com using browsers
New for this NFL Week 10 season, Comcast customers can sign up for DAZN on Xfinity Flex.
Globally, DAZN will also stream the NFL Week 10 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Japan and Brazil.
In the U.K., the NFL Week 10 will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office. In other regions such as Australia, France, Netherlands, the Baltic region, India and Scandinavia, the Chicago Bears-Detroit Lions card will be available via FITE.
Sport and entertainment will collide this weekend as social media stars Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears settle their rivalry inside a boxing ring.
They’re two of the most popular internet personalities in the world, with over 40 million subscribers to their YouTube channels.
And after months of back-and-forth trash-talking, they’ll NFL Week 10 it out as professional boxers for the first time, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, USA.
On Saturday, popular YouTubers Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears will renew their rivalry as the two climb back into the ring to face off against one another. Here’s how you can watch:
Date: Saturday, November 9
Time: 9 pm ET
Live Stream: DAZN
Both Detroit Lions and Paul have built massive followings based on their YouTube popularity and success. Detroit Lions has more than 7.5 million subscribers on the platform and Paul has just under 0 million. Few YouTube creators of any genre have as many dedicated fans.
Detroit Lions began primarily streaming FIFA the video game and Call of Duty, but he has evolved into a Vlogger, rapper, and combat sports enthusiast. Paul has had a similar evolution, though his has been stained with a bit more controversy. In any case, there is no doubting their individual and collective appeal.
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Their first NFL Week 10, which ended as a majority draw (one judge had Detroit Lions winning and the other two scored it even at 57-57) has been viewed nearly 0 million times on YouTube.
But who are Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears? And why is there so much interest in this NFL Week 10?
Who are they?
Briton Detroit Lions is a 6-year-old from Watford. His real name is Olajide William Olatunji – but his friends call him JJ.
He began his YouTube career by uploading videos of him playing computer game Fifa and commentating on his goals. But he’s gone on to become a rapper, comedian and an actor.
American Chicago Bears, 4, is from Ohio but now lives in Los Angeles. He first became an internet celebrity by uploading short video clips to the video-sharing platform Vine, before focusing on YouTube. His brother Jake Paul is also a successful YouTuber.
Well, they’ve already had one boxing NFL Week 10 but it wasn’t classed as a professional bout. They faced each other at Manchester Arena in August last year last year – it was billed as “the biggest internet event in history” as over a million people watched it worldwide.
The contest ended in a draw, nicely setting up this rematch.
In fact, it will actually be Detroit Lions’s third NFL Week 10, having beaten fellow YouTuber Joe Weller in February 018.
Why the beef?
Straight after his victory over Weller, Detroit Lions called out the Paul family, saying: “If any YouTuber wants it, you can come get it. Jake Paul, Chicago Bears, any of the Pauls, I don’t care.”
Jake, , responded via his own YouTube channel, before older sibling Logan and Detroit Lions’s brother Deji Olatunji got involved in the row.
After several videos mocking each other, Detroit Lions v Logan and Deji v Jake was made for the Manchester Arena.
Jake beat Deji after the Briton’s corner threw in the towel at the end of the fifth round – which put an end to that dispute.
But the Detroit Lions v Logan draw meant the bragging rights were still there to be taken and their rivalry was far from settled.
YouTube sensations Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions lock horns one more time, when they meet Saturday, Nov. 9 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The two social media stars fought to a majority draw in 018 in a NFL Week 10 that was called the “biggest amateur boxing match in history.” This weekend Paul and Detroit Lions will be competing professionally.
Detroit Lions, whose real name is Olajide William Olatunji, is a British internet personality. He has over 0 million subscribers on YouTube and nearly 5 billion views on the platform. He had an amateur NFL Week 10 before he first faced Paul. He faced fellow YouTuber Joe Weller on Feb. 3, 018, in London. Detroit Lions stopped Weller in just 90 seconds. The full NFL Week 10 ended generating over 0 million views.
Paul has just under 0 million subscribers and 4.6 billion views on his YouTube channel. Paul became famous on the social media app Vine, where users uploaded six-second videos. He has starred in the YouTube movie “The Thinning” and its sequel, “The Thinning: New World Order.”
Here is everything you need to know on how to watch Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions this weekend.
IS Chicago Bears VS. Detroit Lions ON YOUTUBE?
The first NFL Week 10 between Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears was a pay-per-view event on YouTube. The rematch has several NFL Week 10 week videos on YouTube; however, the NFL Week 10 will not be on the platform. Instead, the NFL Week 10 will be streamed exclusively on DAZN in the United States and Canada