Seats at the epic Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas go for as much as $50,000. The PPV for the fight is $99. What’s more, tables at the After Party with Nicki Minaj and host Funkmaster Flex at the Paris Casino’s Chateau nightclub are going for $10,000 each. But there’s one way to get insider access to this once in a lifetime event for free. FilmOn.com has is streaming the red carpet, behind the scenes at the party, and all the musical performances live starting at 9pm PST on May 2nd. The first hour is free.
This is the only way to get access to Mayweather Pacquiao after party without shelling out big bucks. After the first hour FilmOn.com says it will be only $5.95–and that includes replays in case you want to watch Nicki Minaj do Anaconda like 100 times. For an additional $4.95 fans will get to live chat with Nicki and others throughout the event. Rumored guests of the after party include Drake, Chief Keef and 50 Cent.
Watch the promo for the Mega Fight After Party here.
Tickets to the live event run from $300 to $9000. The price for access world wide via FilmOn’s innovative live event platform is $5.95. For an additional $4.95 fans can live chat with Minaj throughout the event.
Replays of the event will also be available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and all other digital media stores via MondoTunes on the day after the party.
FilmOn Networks is owned by Greek billionaire Alki David–and was recently named one of the top ten business changing the television business by Forbes.
FilmOn’s PPV platform includes live chat features, and the ability to replay the event on demand. Since its launch earlier this year it has streamed access to exclusive events such as Bone Thugs N Harmony’s reunion tour, the epic Ether battle rap event with Cassidy and Dizaster on the main card, and Akon’s concert for peace in the Congo.
FilmOn.com’s 65 million monthly users worldwide enjoy over 600 television channels for free, and tens of thousands of videos on demand. Its ETV.com service allows artists and independent content makers of all kinds to set up and monetize their own live events.
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(TV Mix is owned by Anakando Media Group which also owns FilmOn Networks.)