UFC 249 is going ahead as planned and sports fans can watch all the action this weekend using their PS4 or Xbox One. Due to the event being hosted on BT Sport in the UK, subscribers will have a number of devices they can use to gain access. Topping the bill during the clash in Jacksonville, Florida is the interim lightweight title fight between in-form 155-pounders Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje.
Ferguson is putting his 12-fight winning streak and place as the top contender in the lightweight division on the line as he squares off against Gaethje.
“Nicknamed ‘The Highlight’, Gaethje will be bidding to end Ferguson’s eight-year unbeaten run and set up a potential bout with reigning lightweight champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov,” BT Sports explains.
“Elsewhere, bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo will be looking to back up his claim to being the greatest combat sports athlete of all-time when he puts his belt on the line against the returning Dominick Cruz.”
And the good news is that PS4 and Xbox One gamers will be able to use the BT Sport app to catch all the action.
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HOW TO WATCH UFC 249 ON YOUR PS4 OR XBOX ONE
Coverage of the UFC 249 event will begin at around 1am on Sunday, May 10, in the UK. This will include the preliminary card, which will be followed by the main event, which is scheduled to kick off closer to 3am, GMT.
And if you want to watch everything on your console, you will need to make sure you have downloaded the BT Sport App on PS4 or Xbox One.
The BT Sport app on PlayStation and Xbox allows BT Sport subscribers to watch all live Sport content on BT Sport 1, 2, 3, ESPN on BT Sport and BoxNation.
The BT Sport Monthly Pass is another way of watching BT Sport, allowing sports fans to watch on its app and web player for a monthly fee and no contract.
BT Sport 1, 2, 3, and ESPN on BT Sport are also available in HD1080 at 50fps, with BT confirming that customers can download the BT Sport big-screen app on PS4, Xbox, Apple TV and Samsung Smart TVs.
The app will be available from the PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store by searching for BT Sport.
To get everything ready in time for UFC 249, you will need a valid BT Sport subscription and BT ID to access the BT Sport app
It is possible to install and access the app on as many devices as you like, but users are restricted to two concurrent video streams per BT ID.
US PS4 and Xbox One gamers can watch the event live in the US via ESPN+, after purchasing the UFC 249 PPV.
If something happens and you cannot access the BT Sport app on PS4 and Xbox One then you can still access the UFC event by using the link to the live stream which will be available on the bt.com/sport home page on your Laptop or Tablet.
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