Category: Sling TV

Sling TV and LaLiga North America form partnership to promote Spanish league in US

Sling TV and LaLiga North America have formed a partnership to help increase the awareness of the Spanish top-flight league in the United States. With all games being broadcast exclusively via beIN SPORTS, one of the biggest complaints from soccer fans in the United States has been the accessibility of matches because beIN SPORTS is no longer available via DIRECTV or Comcast Xfinity. But with streaming partnerships between beIN SPORTS and several OTT platforms, the Spanish league is more accessible than many competing leagues online. Hence, the decision by Sling TV and LaLiga North America to partner in order to ... Read more

Sling TV announces $15/month special offer for new subscribers

If you’ve been considering signing up for Sling TV, now’s the time to do it before their special offer ends. With Sling TV’s new offer, you can get Sling Blue or Sling Orange for $15/month. Or you can get the combined Sling Blue/Orange package for $25. Those prices are for the first three months of service, which equals a savings of 40%. Sling TV hasn’t revealed when the special offer will end, but given it’s the lowest price they’ve ever offered for their streaming services, it’s likely that the offer will end very soon. Normally, Sling’s prices are $25/month for ... Read more

Sling TV integrates beIN SPORTS Connect into streaming service

Sling TV has integrated beIN SPORTS Connect channels into its streaming service to offer soccer fans more soccer coverage then ever before. Previously, Sling Latino subscribers were only able to access beIN SPORTS Connect by authenticating with the unreliable Connect website where they could access all of the additional soccer-related channels not available on the regular beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Español channels. That included LaLiga TV as well as a long list of games not televised from LaLiga, Ligue 1, Turkish Super Lig and other soccer competitions. But now Sling Latino subscribers (also known as Sling TV subscribers ... Read more

Streaming services price comparison

We’ve created a streaming services price comparison that include the major players such as Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW as well as several streaming platforms that you may not be as familiar with. When it comes to deciding which streaming service is best, pricing is important. But so too is the value you get for your money. Not every streaming service is the same, and the channels that each service offers vary greatly. Let’s face it, the number of streaming options available is sometimes bewildering. That’s why we created the helpful pricing comparison of streaming services in United States below ... Read more

YouTube TV vs ESPN+ vs B/R Live vs NBC Sports Gold vs Sling TV comparison

When it comes to finding a soccer leagues streaming comparison guide, it’s important to select one that includes coverage of the soccer leagues and tournaments that you enjoy watching the most. Sometimes trying to find that information isn’t as easy as you would expect, which is why we’ve created a soccer leagues comparison guide (see below). The soccer leagues comparison includes the top soccer leagues from Europe and the Americas, and where you can find them across the popular streaming services such as YouTube TV, ESPN+, B/R Live, NBC Sports Gold, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue and more. Many of the ... Read more

Sling Latino offers soccer fans more networks for less money

When it comes to finding a streaming service that best fits your soccer-watching needs, Sling Latino is one that often gets overlooked but is worth considering. For $10/month, Sling Latino includes beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas and Universo. Plus it includes access to the beIN SPORTS Connect app and website when you use your Sling Latino login credentials. With those channels, you can watch all of the games from LaLiga and Ligue 1 as well as a ton of games from Liga MX, MLS, Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League (in Spanish), UEFA Europa League (in Spanish) ... Read more

How to watch the World Cup without a cable or satellite subscription

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is the first time that sports fans can watch the world’s greatest tournament without needing a cable or satellite subscription. The world’s most popular sports competition begins on June 14 and goes through July 15, and features the greatest soccer nations from around the globe including Brazil, Germany, Argentina, France, England and more. In all, 32 countries are competing to be crowned world champions. The whole world will be watching. And if you live in the United States, there are plenty of options to consider so you don’t miss your favorite team or player featured. ... Read more

Sling TV to stream World Cup in Portuguese, French, Arabic and Polish

For soccer fans in the United States who speak Portuguese, French, Arabic or Polish, Sling TV will be streaming all 64 World Cup games in these languages via Sling International. With Sling International, the live World Cup games will feature the video feed from FOX’s coverage of the World Cup. And then depending on which Sling International channel you sign up for, you’ll get all of the World Cup games in either Portuguese, French, Arabic or Polish. Plus there’ll be a “no commentary” feed in case you want to listen to the crowd noise and watch the games without the ... Read more