The world’s first 24/7 eSports streaming channel has arrived on Sportsnet NOW!
eSportsTV launched as the world’s largest eSports company, with Sportsnet NOW being the first in the Canadian market to secure exclusive rights to their content.
Stream all of the action from the world’s largest titles, featuring DOTA2, League of Legends, Counter Strike: GO, FIFA, Playerunknowns’ Battlegrounds, Hearthstone, and more, in HD quality, along with original series like The Esports Playbook.
Streaming will also include international and national leagues and tournaments – such as the Intel® Extreme Masters, ESL One, ESL National Championships and other top tier stadium-size events – and grassroots amateur cups, leagues and more, with both the major and minor leagues featured within.
Expect more out of your eSports coverage–take it to the next level with Sportsnet NOW.
What is Sportsnet NOW? Sportsnet NOW is a monthly streaming product, priced at $24.99 per month, plus applicable taxes. No TV subscription required. No contract required. You are able to cancel at any time.
A subscription grants you 24/7 streaming access to Sportsnet East, West, Ontario, Pacific, Sportsnet 360, Sportsnet ONE and content not available on television.
Sportsnet NOW is also included for free with your TV subscription with participating providers. For a list of participating providers, please visit www.snnow.ca/faq
Sportsnet NOW is currently available on desktop, as well as smartphones, tablets, Apple TV (4th gen), Xbox One and Google Chromecast by downloading the Sportsnet app.
Other content includes: Over 300 total NHL regular season games, including every game for the Calgary Flames*, Edmonton Oilers* and Vancouver Canucks*, 56 Toronto Maple Leafs* games, all outdoor games, the entire Stanley Cup Playoffs, all 162 Toronto Blue Jays games, the MLB playoffs and World Series, over 40 Toronto Raptors games, marquee NBA regular season and playoffs matchups, Grand Slam of Curling, CHL, WWE, Premier League, the FA Cup, Bundesliga, ESL TV, every Verizon IndyCar race, Rogers Cup Tennis, Tour de France, all your favourite Sportsnet original programming and much more.