Mobile phones and tablets are now competing with TVs as the go-to device for watching sports.
Apps and streaming services are now the most popular way to watch live sports. Nowadays, you won’t need a cable subscription to start enjoying football, basketball or local games with the help of the following:
A good pick for those who are budget-minded. For just $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year, you can get plenty of ESPN content as long as you have a compatible device and an internet connection
먹튀폴리스 has an impressive array of sports broadcasting content. The South Korean-based company offers the English Premier League, Major League Baseball and NBA for free.
Free is always a welcome option when it comes to watching your favorite sports, although most of the time these will be highlights or distilled versions instead of the real thing. You can get the paid version, YouTube TV for a nominal fee.
Hulu Live isn’t cheap, but it offers a good deal of sports games content and local channels. If you’re primarily a sports fan but need to watch other kinds, e.g., TV shows and movies, then Hulu should be on the top of your list.
Fubo touts itself as a ‘real sports package for real sports fans’, and it doesn’t disappoint. All major sports leagues are covered, including interviews, after-game discussions, analysis and breaking news as well.
Sling TV is customizable in the fact that you can add the things you want without having to pay extra. Choose a base bundle and get some a la carte channels so you can begin watching sports games and sports-related content.
CBS All Access
Good if you’re looking for college basketball and NFL ACS broadcasts. The ‘all access’ aspect gives you all available CBS shows and movies without having commercials get in the way.