List of the five best sports streaming services currently available
Browsing the web looking for great sports content can be challenging at times, especially if you don’t know where to look. To help you with this challenge, I created this list of the best sports streaming services currently available. Here are my picks
Hulu’s live TV service has been around for a while, but YouTube announced in 2017 that it would be rolling out its own service, offering a bundle of popular cable channels and live television—all over YouTube. This was likely motivated by Hulu’s recent deal with NBCUniversal to license both past seasons of The Office and 30 Rock (among other shows) over its platform. At $35 per month, YouTube TV offers one major channel missing from both Hulu and Amazon Prime: ESPN. If you want sports coverage, they have ESPN in spades, with NBA basketball and MLB baseball, among others.
Playstation Vue, Sony’s entry into internet TV, is another viable option for people who want to cut cable but still get some of their favorite channels. You get over 50 channels with Playstation Vue starting at $39.99/month for 55+ channels or $44.99/month for 90+ channels. You can watch on a variety of devices, and you can add HBO, Showtime and more for additional fees. Read our full review here .
If you like sports but don’t want to spend
a fortune on subscriptions, here are some of my favorite sports websites: ESPN
– ESPN is still hands-down one of my favorite websites for sports. It has news,
scores, and stats from around the world and is easy to use. I also love that it
has podcasts (I subscribe to their podcasts weekly). Bleacher Report – If
you’re looking for articles about players or teams, Bleacher Report does a
great job with interviews and reporting. They also do well in covering amateur
leagues as well as major professional leagues like NFL football, MLB baseball,
NBA basketball, NHL hockey, MLS soccer/football and NASCAR racing. Yahoo!
Sports – This website covers just about every sport imaginable.