ESPN gives standalone subscription for the Cricket World Cup
Talks of ESPN’s standalone choices are nothing new, and for the 2015 Cricket World Cup, the community is providing a cable-free standalone subscription. Entry to the occasion’s six-week slate of forty nine matches will value viewers $one hundred for viewing on the internet. Groups from 14 nations start competitors on February thirteenth, and when you’re , signal-ups go reside on the third. As you may anticipate, the subscription consists of entry to all of the motion by way of iOS and Android apps too, choices that ESPN says will arrive forward of the primary inning. The matches will not air on WatchESPN or any of the normal channels, however pay-TV corporations like Dish Community and Time Warner Cable will serve it up as a pay-per-view add-on — in case you’re trying to bundle the payments. In the event you’ll recall, rumors of ESPN’s standalone NBA subscription started circulating final fall, and the broadcaster might do the identical with Main League Soccer sooner or later.
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