Sling TV has just added two exceptional sports channels, SEC Network and ESPN 3, to their Sling Orange package. These channels offer exclusive live coverage of exciting college sports events to the subscribers. Sling has earlier signed a carriage deal with Campus Insiders and Pac-12 Network also.
SEC Network offers the exclusive broadcast of contests from University of Texas, University of Florida, University of Alabama, and other Southeastern Conference schools. On the other hand, the online streaming service, ESPN 3, brings the live coverage of sports events that are not broadcasted in any other ESPN network.
The launch of these amazing networks will enable Sling TV subscribers to access more than thousands of sporting events such as college basketball, college football, NCAA Championships, cricket, soccer, tennis, and a lot more on their devices.
Earlier in the month of June, Sling TV spitted their offerings into two packages, Sling Blue and Sling Orange. The multi-streaming service Sling Blue offered the broadcast of cable channels and regional sports networks to the subscribers. This package is an absolute treat to sports fans and it offers the live telecast of numerous popular sports events from all over the world.
However, subscribers who opted for Sling Orange received the original 20-channel offering only. Yet this package allowed the subscribers to add their favorite channels at an additional prize of $5 per month. Sling customers were also allowed to choose channels from any genre at this additional price.
CEO Roger Lynch said, “Adding ESPN3 and SEC Network+ into our guide means sports fans now have access to some of the most intense athletic match-ups of the year in one place. With Sling TV, fans can sign-up for our service and begin watching the game within minutes and keep up with their favorite team all season long.”
Glenn Eisen, Sling TV chief marketing officer, ensured that both SEC Network and ESPN 3 would be available to the Sling Orange subscribers at zero extra charges. In addition to that, Sling TV has also added SEC Network+ on their “Sports Extra” package, but the subscribers will have to pay an additional amount of $5 per month to access this channel.