How to watch

Watching live events and games on is one of the coolest things that has changed with our revamped network. It's possible to watch online or on a mobile device. With the right equipment, you can even watch on your television. Here are a few ways you can make this happen.

Online, and mobile

This is the simplest way to watch. Simply navigate your web browser to either, which is a full web address, or go to and click the button for


Once on the page, you'll see a listing of upcoming events and three buttons: Live, Upcoming, Archive. If an event has already started, you'll have to click the "Live" button to see it listed:

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Click the game you're interested in watching and the video layer will load. You'll have to click it again to start the stream, but you should be off and running from there. This is compatible with just about any browser on a desktop computer, and any mobile device that supports HTML5 video, which should be all of them at this point. This includes iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches and most Android devices.

On your television

In order to watch on your television, you'll have to have an AppleTV device connected. With AppleTV connected to the television and on a wireless connection with either your computer or mobile device, you can use what's called AirPlay to send the signal through AppleTV to your television. You'll want to look up how exactly to get this to work, as all home networks can be different, but once it is set up, it works like a charm. (Hint: you can use AirPlay to stream just about any video or audio content through your home entertainment system.)

We send every broadcast out as a 720p signal, so it will show up on your television as an HD quality picture. And believe me, it looks very good. It's simple enough to have a game up and running in just about a minute and you won't know you're not watching it on any other television network. I highly recommend it.

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