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To launch next week priced at US$4.99 per-month

04 April 2018

Still, the ESPN+ service, which launches April 12, promises enough as-they-happen games and original programming to give people who've already cut the cord their live sports fix. "ESPN3 will still have thousands of live events and, while some content will shift to ESPN+, we will actively program live events across both platforms". ESPN+ will also offer a selection of boxing matches, college sports, PGA Tour golfing events, Grand Slam tennis tournaments and global rugby and cricket matches.

Sports fans finally know what ESPN's long-awaited subscription service, ESPN+, has to offer. ESPN says the new app will be part of a "completely redesigned and reimagined ESPN App" that will be "the premier all-in-one digital sports platform for fans". Fans subscribing to the $4.99 per month service, which debuts on April 12, will get over 180 Major League Baseball games this season (featuring every team), over 180 NHL games in the upcoming season, and a selection of main event and undercard boxing matches.

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On Tuesday, ESPN announced that as part of its "re-imagined app" it will be launching a subscription-based streaming service called ESPN+.

ESPN+ is the first direct-to-consumer service offering from Disney Direct-to-Consumer and global, the multiplatform media, technology, and distribution organization for content created by Disney's Media Networks and Studio Entertainment groups. This won't be a huge concern for niche sports fans but for the average viewer that's mostly into mainstream sports, the subscription service likely won't be of much interest. The streaming app will offer a live Major League Baseball game every day throughout the regular season. The service will ensure that there will "more games than ever before", according to the news release.

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ESPN announced on Monday that it will officially launch its own streaming service next week, on April 12th 2018 to be exact. What it does not include is programming from the ESPN network. TNT owns a majority of National Basketball Association games. Late next year, a direct-to-consumer service offering Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm movies and exclusive content will launch. College sports will be shown live in addition, spanning everything from golf through gymnastics, swimming and diving, wrestling, and soccer.

Some sporting events, such as this year's NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, will not be available due to contracts with other networks. Coverage will include Thursday, Friday and some Saturday and Sunday play during the events.

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To launch next week priced at US$4.99 per-month