TORONTO (May 23, 2019) Perfect for sports fans looking to sample the over-the-top streaming platform or for those looking to get a quick fix of marquee events like the Stanley Cup Playoffs and NBA Finals, Sportsnet today launches a 7-day subscription for its signature streaming service SN NOW+. The 7-day pass is available for $9.99 and follows the recent launch of an annual pass, demonstrating Sportsnet’s commitment to innovation and providing fans with new ways to watch the events that matter most.
Take next week’s broadcast schedule on Sportsnet for example: A die-hard fan could watch the Memorial Cup semifinals and championship, the start of the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and the Indianapolis 500 all within the span of a single week. With Sportsnet’s lineup of live summer sports content, the 7-day pass provides the perfect opportunity to tune in to the Tour de France, Toronto Honda Indy, Rogers Cup, or a 6-game stretch of Blue Jays baseball vs the Yankees and Red Sox.
SN NOW is available to stream on iOS / Android smart phones and tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and 4th generation Apple TVs, as well as on a desktop or laptop through a web browser. The service can be accessed through all these devices using the Sportsnet app.
Quick Facts About SN NOW
- SN NOWlaunched in April 2016 and was Canada’s first mainstream over-the-top live sports streaming platform.
- SN NOW provides sports fans with access to all of Sportsnet’s core content, including all national NHL games, in-market games for Toronto Maple Leafs, Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks, Toronto Raptors, Blue Jays, WWE and more.
- SN NOW+ offers even more games, more choice and more exclusive content, and lifts regional blackout restrictions for every NHL game that is exclusive to Sportsnet, offering more than 500 blackout-free games.
- SN NOW is available on a monthly subscription for $19.99/month and SN NOW+ is priced at $27.99/month.
Sportsnet is Canada’s #1 sports media brand. Uniting Canadians through sport, Sportsnet’s multimedia offerings include Sportsnet (consisting of 4 regional channels: East, Ontario, West, and Pacific), Sportsnet ONE, Sportsnet 360, Sportsnet World, the Sportsnet Radio Network, Sportsnet.ca, Sportsnet NOW, the Sportsnet app, and podcasts. Sportsnet is the official Canadian NHL national multiplatform rights holder, and is the regional broadcaster for the Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, and Toronto Maple Leafs. Sportsnet also has extensive coverage of the Blue Jays, as well as NBA, MLB, Grand Slam of Curling, Rogers Cup, CHL, WWE,IndyCar, and FA Cup. Sportsnet is part of Rogers Media, which is a subsidiary of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX, NYSE: RCI). Visit Sportsnet.ca.