How to Watch CSN California Live Stream Online without Cable

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CSN California Live Stream

Sports fans in the Oakland and Sacramento areas are in luck. Even without cable, you can now easily get a CSN California live stream. The channel is one of the many local sports networks that are now available on the multiple streaming services on the market.

You do have to live in the normal CSN California broadcast area to get the channel live streaming from a streaming service. The best service to use varies based on your preference, so read the below guide to help you make your decision.

Try Sling TV to get a CSN California Live Stream
CSN California Live Stream

You can definitely use Sling TV as a great way to watch CSN California online. It’s a subscription streaming service from Dish Network that lets you live stream cable channels. The service only costs $25 per month for the Sling Blue package, which is the one you’ll need to get the Comcast Sportsnet California live stream.

Sling Blue has over 40 channels include TBS, TNT, AMC, CNN, FS1, and much more. If you’re interested in subscribing, check out the Roku streaming device deals Sling TV offers to new subscribers. And, if you want to watch Comcast Sportsnet California online free you can start a free trial right now!

Take a look at our Sling TV review for more information on the service.

Get Your CSN California Live Stream from DIRECTV NOW

CSN California Live Stream

AT&T also has a streaming service, DIRECTV NOW, that’ll get you CSN California streaming. It comes in the $50 per month Just Right package on the service. It’s a little more expensive than Sling TV, but it does have about twice as many channels including several ESPN networks to watch even more games.

Check out our review to get more details on the DIRECTV NOW channel list. And, if you want to watch CSN California online free you can also do so on DIRECTV NOW with a weeklong free trial.

PlayStation Vue – Another Great Way to Get a CSN California Live Stream

CSN California Live Stream

You can also get a Comcast Sportsnet California live stream on Sony’s streaming service, PlayStation Vue. This is one of the more than 60 channels available in the Core package that costs $34.99 per month. The channel list includes a broad range of channels, which you can learn about in our PlayStation Vue review. Another thing you can get more details on in the review is the Cloud DVR PlayStation Vue offers.

Start a 7-day free trial on PlayStation Vue now!

FuboTV is One More Option to Watch a CSN California Live Stream Free

CSN California Live Stream

FuboTV will also offer CSN California streaming and there’s a weeklong free trial on the service, so this is just another way to watch plenty of games free. The beginning package of the service features CSN California and costs $35 per month. In total there are more than 80 channels you can live stream on fuboTV. This is a huge package for the price and a huge chunk of the channels are focused on streaming sports since fuboTV is well known as one of the best streaming services out there for sports fans. Head over to our fuboTV review and learn more.

With a CSN California Live Stream What Teams Can You Watch?

If you can watch Comcast Sportsnet California online you’ll be able to watch plenty of games all year. The Oakland Athletics and Sacramento Kings both have their games broadcast on the network. That means they’ll be plenty of people taking advantage of how easy it is to stream CSN California.

Head on over to our full sports guide for cable cutters to learn more. There’s plenty of information there on how to watch all of your favorite teams.

Matt Pelletier

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Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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