Following on the success of the Heavyweight GP, which brought an end to the 4th season of Copa Podio in October last year, the professional jiu-jitsu league returns to São Paulo, on February 18, boasting an array of innovations that promise to please, especially fans living outside of Brazil.
Copa Podio has closed an unprecedented deal with one of the largest fight channels on Brazilian television, Canal Combate. The deal sees the production of an exclusive program about professional jiu-jitsu, called Fighteria TV, aimed specifically at fans.
For viewers outside of Brazil, the big news is that both the subtitled content from the program, as well as the live broadcast of the events from the 5th season, will be available on the website (www.fighteria.tv).
The website is set to become the official means of broadcasting Copa Podio live to the rest of the world and is already on air with a number of free matches selected especially for the production of the program.
For the first fans wanting full access to the content, at just US$ 14,90, the website has a video library of fights from Copa Podio available for a period of 60 days. They will also able to enjoy live events and editions of the program during the subscription period.
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