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The J. League said Monday it will continue to communicate with DAZN to ensure there will be no repeat of the disruption of its live streaming service on the opening weekend of the season.

British-based Perform Group launched its DAZN service in Japan after buying the digital online broadcasting rights for the J. League in a 10-year, ¥210 billion deal.

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