It wasn’t long ago that Sling TV made waves in the college sports wold by announcing they were adding the Pac-12 Network to their lineup. Things just got even better for cord cutting sports fans though, as Sling TV just announced they’re adding the SEC Network plus ESPN 3 as well. ESPN 3 will be a part of Sling TV’s basic “Orange” package while the SEC Network will fall under the “Sports Extra” $5 a month add-on.
Live sports has long been one of the toughest things to watch without cable, but Sling TV makes watching live sports online without cable as easy as possible. Fans can sign up for Sling TV and start watching their favorite team in literally just a few minutes.
With the addition of ESPN3 and the SEC Network, sports fans will have access to thousands of live events, including college basketball and football, plus hundreds of professional games on ESPN.
A massive number of games are broadcast by ESPN that aren’t available on traditional networks, and until this point, only digital cable subscribers have had access to these events. But now cord cutters don’t have to miss out on the big game.
Sling TV is accessible through an app that’s available on virtually any smart phone, tablet, gaming console or smart TV. This means that live sports with the SEC Network and ESPN 3 will be available anywhere the user has an Internet connection (although blackout restrictions may still come in to play).
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