beIN SPORTS have launched a brand-new, free streaming channel on Roku this week that provides sports fans with access to select games without requiring any authentication.
To find the beIN SPORTS Xtra stream on Roku, it’s located under The Roku Channel app. The livestream is also available through the Roku website.
As of press time, no schedule has been published but it will be added in the near future to the beIN SPORTS website so viewers can have an expectation of what is coming up, said a beIN SPORTS spokesperson.
As far as what you can expect to see on the beIN SPORTS Xtra channel, beIN SPORTS Deputy Managing Director Antonio Briceño said, “In addition to select matches from our popular soccer leagues LaLiga, Ligue 1 and Süper Lig, we’ll also offer viewers access via major platforms and devices that emphasize the growing popularity of women’s sports, including Paris Saint-Germain home matches and the French Women National team.”
beIN SPORTS is positioning the type of content that will be available as “consistent live sampling of exclusive season-long access to soccer matches, combat sports, adventure sports, original studio productions, and a library of historically relevant sporting events.” beIN SPORTS XTRA will also host the show Sports Burst previously available on Facebook.
beIN SPORTS XTRA will be broadly available free on various additional multi-platform launches in the future.
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