As Coronavirus made its way across the globe, many sporting events have been cancelled or modified for the safety of all involved. If you are a sports fan, you know that paying for sports packages and subscriptions can add up quickly. Make sure you are staying up to date on what sports will be happening, how you can watch and how much you will be paying.
Although there are many options on how to watch your favorite sporting event (depending on the sport, the location of the sport and the networks that offer the game), one of the best ways for a sports fan to get a quick fix is to stream on the ESPN+ app! Purchase a streaming device like a Roku or Firestick from the Greenlight Networks Amazon Store to make sure your home is game day ready! Keep reading to find out how you can watch some of the upcoming sporting events in 2020.
MLB: Major league baseball is back, and the 60-game sprint is in full swing. Although no fans will be in attendance, play close attention to the cardboard cutout fans that are placed in many stadiums! To catch the next game, all national networks that carry MLB games in normal seasons -- Fox, Fox Sports 1, TBS, MLB Network and ESPN – will be broadcasting the games. You can stream the games using YouTube TV, Sling, Hulu Live TV, ESPN+ or Fubo TV.
NFL: If you’re a football fan, you’ve been tracking the rumors and updates surrounding the upcoming 2020 season. As things currently stand, the 2020 schedule has been released, with all preseason games cancelled. Depending on your teams location, there is no word yet on if fans will be present for games. Make sure you’re prepared to view your favorite teams this season. Check out CBS All Access, YouTube TV, Sling, Hulu Live TV, or Fubo TV to support your team!
PGA: With the delays that occurred due to COVID-19, the PGA tour was pushed back and postponed. Luckily for viewers, there are still many more PGA tournaments coming in 2020 that you can watch from the comfort of your home. For the cord cutters out there, the best way to get in on the action would be to have a subscription to Hulu Live TV, PGA Tour Live, or CBS All Access.
UFC: UFC fighting has been back and better than ever. Although the roar of the crowd is missed, these men and women are prepared to put on a good show for people watching at home. The best way to watch UFC would be to purchase the UFC Fight Pass or ESPN+.
NHL: As natives to upstate New York, we all know that hockey is a staple sport around here. COVID-19 paused the NHL regular season, but things are beginning to look up. Starting August 1st there will be a tournament with 16 teams that qualified to be in the running for the Stanley cup. How can you check out these games? Purchase the NHL.TV package for an all-inclusive viewing experience or stream YouTube TV, Sling, Hulu Live TV, ESPN+ or Fubo TV. Keep in mind that stations like FOX may pick up games of local teams in your area.
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