DAZN is the world’s first dedicated OTT sports streaming service. We are at the forefront of the industry offering 24-hour, global access to the sport fans love. We’re already live in Brazil, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the USA, Canada and Japan.
This is an ambitious project with a fast release cycle that has scalability not only from a user point of view but also from a developer perspective. Imagine a tech start up culture but with the security and backing from a well-established content and media agency.
Our engineers work in small teams and are given freedom and autonomy when it comes to the code that they write. If you like solving technical problems then this is the place to be. We have a community that is here to help. We have a large network of people who talk at conferences so you have that access to ask questions and discuss ideas.
We invest a lot in self-learning. Developers have the opportunity to deliver lightning talks on whatever they are working on to their colleagues on a regular basis. We also host events and enjoy bringing the community into our offices for talks and hackathons.
While DAZN is for sports fans our passion is technology. Working on challenging projects, at scale and in a 24/7 environment is what excites us. Our tech stack is React, mobx, Node.js and AWS Lambda.
Life at DAZN is fast paced and exciting. We are bringing something truly disruptive to a traditional marketplace.
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