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Get closer to the action with these sports streaming services

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The internet isn’t just tackling online streaming for movies and TV. It’s also slam dunking sports streaming with many online services streaming your favorite sports.

Depending on the sport you want to watch, there are a generally a few ways to watch your team play online. There’s a growing trend toward dedicated apps, which promise not only live broadcasts but conveniently curated highlight reels, plus interview shows, on-demand replays and even multiple camera angles.

These apps are generally available for mobile and tablets on both iOS and Android platforms, but there are also smart TV and streaming device apps that let you enjoy a dedicated big screen experience.

Streaming sports online

Below we’ve listed some of the major US and international sports that you can stream.

Sporting competition Streaming servise Price More Info
NRL MLB.TV From $24.99/mo More info
AFL FuboTV From $39.99/mo More info
EPL NHL.TV, Sling TV From $25/mo More info
Netball Sling TV From $25/mo More info
NBA FuboTV From $39.99/mo More info
NFL FuboTV From $39.99/mo More info
UFC Fight Pass, FuboTV From $9.99/mo More info
WWE WWE Network From $9.99/mo More info
Tour de France Sling TV From $25/mo More info

What you need to stream sports online

Streaming your favorite sport is easier than ever. Most apps and channels that give you access to streaming sports are compatible with a number of platforms, including your mobile phone, tablet, computer or smart TV.

Because some streaming rights have been targeted to mobile devices, mobile phone carriers have been spending big money to gain those rights. Some providers use the digital sports platform as a tool to entice customers. However, that is changing. If you wanted to watch an NFL game on your phone, for example, you needed to be a Verizon customer. But beginning in January, NFL games will now start streaming to all mobile carriers.

Some sports offer dedicated smart TV apps, as well as apps for platforms like Apple TV. Others will let you beam a mobile connection to your TV via a Chromecast or Airplay connection. But most allow you to stream your favorite sport from any compatible device.

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