The wait is finally over.

Invicta Fighting Championships has secured its broadcast future, signing a multi-year, multi-event deal with UFC Fight Pass.

The all-women’s promotion has been out of action since December of last year, when it hosted its seventh event from the Ameristar Casino in Kansas City, Mo. All of the organization’s previous events have aired via live stream on the promotion’s website. However, on more than one occasion, the promotion has been forced to refund its online pay-per-views due to issues with the streams. Now, as part of the UFC’s digital network, those issues are a thing of the past.

Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp gave her thoughts on the deal, “This is a great day for my company. Since the start of Invicta, I’ve been committed to providing the biggest and best possible platform for women athletes and, with this distribution deal with UFC Fight Pass, Invicta will reach the most passionate MMA fans, wherever they are in the world.”

After a strong start to 2013 that saw the promotion crown multiple champions, including featherweight Cris “Cyborg” Justino and flyweight Barb Honchak, the promotion split ways with co-founder and matchmaker Janet Martin. Women’s MMA pioneer Julie Kedzie was tabbed to replace Martin in December, but she has yet to get the opportunity to showcase her first fight card.

The promotion’s first event on the network, Invicta FC 8, is expected to be headlined by the aforementioned Cyborg, who will put her 145-pound belt on the line against fellow Brazilian Ediane Gomes. However, no fights are official at this time.

Knapp said, “We are targeting a late-summer event, headlined by a world title fight. This is an historic event for myself, the company and my athletes, and every one of them is going to want to be on this first card.”

In addition to every upcoming Invicta event streaming live, the entire Invicta fight library is also expected to be available on UFC Fight Pass.