Just in time for the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Sportsnet NOW has launched on PlayStation 4—Canada’s most popular gaming console!
The app allows users to watch highlights, analysis and interviews from around the sports world, in addition to livestreaming. Sportsnet NOW subscribers simply sign in with their existing login to instantly enjoy live Sportsnet content.
Delivering a reliable 720p HD stream, users have the ability to easily scroll through and click on the desired stream for any of the seven Sportsnet channels included with their subscription.
To get started, simply download the Sportsnet app from the PlayStation Store. From there, proceed to the SN NOW tab, click Sign In and sign in using your Sportsnet NOW username and password to begin streaming.
What is Sportsnet NOW? Sportsnet NOW is a monthly streaming product, priced at $19.99 or $27.99 per month, plus applicable taxes. No contract required. You pay month to month and can cancel at any time.
It is also available to purchase for a full year through an annual pass subscription for a one-time fee.
A subscription grants you 24/7 streaming access to Sportsnet East, West, Ontario, Pacific, Sportsnet 360, Sportsnet ONE and content not available on the Sportsnet television channels.
Sportsnet NOW is also included for free with your TV subscription with participating providers based on the Sportsnet channels you have in your television package. For a list of participating providers, please visit www.snnow.ca/faq.
Sportsnet NOW is currently available on desktop or laptop through your web browser, as well as smartphones, tablets, Apple TV (4th gen), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Chromecast by downloading the Sportsnet app.
Content includes: Over 500 total NHL regular season games, all outdoor games, the entire Stanley Cup Playoffs, Toronto Blue Jays, MLB regular season matchups, Postseason and World Series, Grand Slam of Curling, 41 Toronto Raptors games, 100+ marquee NBA matchups, CHL, WWE, FA Cup, Bundesliga, IndyCar, Rogers Cup Tennis, Tour de France, all your favourite Sportsnet original programming and much more.