How To Watch IBJJF Austin International Open Jiu-Jitsu Championship

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The IBJJF's first event since the shutdown is set to be streamed exclusively on FloGrappling!

Here's how to watch the 2020 Austin International Open IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championships on FloGrappling.

The 2020 Austin International Open IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championships starts on Sept. 19, 2020.

The highly anticipated return of IBJJF competition is upon us with the Austin Summer Open. Set to take place over a single day, the tournament will host both gi and no-gi events. 

Some of the most exciting athletes in the game have committed to compete at this event, including Ronaldo Junior, Marcio Andre, Nathalie Ribeiro, Isaac Doederlein, Johnatha Alves, Danielle Alvarez, and many more. 

Please ensure to read how the IBJJF will ensure competitor safety

IBJJF Statement on Safety Protocol for COVID - 19 during Austin International Open 2020

"Due to the ever-changing situations during this time, we are always evaluating on a day-to-day basis the health issues and local or federal orders in regards to contact sports. In the case of a forced event cancellation, all registration fees will be automatically refunded. If you feel uncomfortable in light of the COVID -19 safety issues, your registration can be canceled and refunded if requested before the registration deadline.

"The organization is not responsible for the participant's other expenses such as, but not limited to, transportation and lodging."

Venue Guidelines:

  • Every athlete is eligible to bring ONE coach or companion; no other spectators will be allowed. They must enter the venue with the competitor.
  • For the sake of all competitors and staff, please check your temperature BEFORE coming to the event.
  • If there are any signs of symptoms or high temperature, please remain at home and contact your health provider. This is extremely important for everyone involved.
  • If you are currently sick or have been exposed to someone that has tested positive for COVID- 19, please stay at home and contact your health provider.
  • All of our equipment will be properly sanitized prior to and during the event throughout the day. 
  • Masks or face shields will be required to be worn inside the building and can only be removed for your matches.


How to Watch:

STREAMING: Watch the 2020 Austin International Open IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championships on FloGrappling. SIGN UP HERE.

On Your TV: Now Available on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast & Apple TV.

Cast: Cast to your smart TV including Vizio, Samsung and LG TVs.

On The Go: Download the FloSports app on iOS or Android.


Archived Footage

All matches from the IBJJF Austin International Open will be archived and stored in a video library for FloGrappling subscribers to watch for the duration of their subscription.


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