ESPN's new direct-to-consumer offering, ESPN+, is due to launch in the United States on April 12, priced at US$4.99 per-month. As promised, the platform will offer a diverse lineup of live sports, original content, and a library of ESPN branded content, including their award-winning 30 for 30 documentary films. (Blackout rules will apply for MLB and NHL coverage.) The service will also offer over 250 MLS games from the MLS Live out-of-market schedule, and thousands of college sports events from nearly two dozen conferences, including America East, Big South, Big West, Ivy League, and Missouri Valley. This new sports streaming app would be dubbed ESPN Plus and would provide a slew of streaming options for sports fans.
"ESPN was built on a belief in innovation and the powerful connection between sports and a remarkable array of fans" said James Pitaro, the recently installed president of ESPN and co-chair of Disney Media Networks.
The ESPN+ subscription streaming service will launch on April 12, bringing sports fans live sports, exclusive originals and an on-demand library for $4.99 per month.
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ESPN will officially launch its own streaming service next week, the sports network announced Monday. It will feature a selection of sporting events and special features not available on the free app.
For many people who are debating whether to get rid of cable altogether, the sticking points are the ability to watch live sports.
Subscribers can also stream one free Major League Baseball and NHL game per day. And among those that do want ESPN, many would like to be able to pay for a streaming version of the company's core ESPN channel offerings. It will offer a similar daily schedule of National Hockey League games during the 2018-2018 regular season.
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He is expected to feature in a similar fashion in next week's grand finale which is being broadcast live from Orlando, Florida. Bosses are also said to be considering not discussing the matter at all, and get Dec to continue with the show as normal.
The network opted to name the service "ESPN+" which is read as "ESPN plus".
While the full line-up of sports content is yet to be confirmed, some of what will be on ESPN+ is being announced today. College sports will be shown live in addition, spanning everything from golf through gymnastics, swimming and diving, wrestling, and soccer. Finally, ESPN+ will offer coverage from 31 PGA Tour events, hundreds of matches from Grand Slam tennis tournaments, and hundreds of rugby and cricket matches. Meanwhile, cricket fans across the USA will get matches across Test, ODI, and T20 formats from New Zealand Cricket and Cricket Ireland.
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