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Best Streaming Services for Sports 2023

Streaming services now provide the sports content we crave. We have narrowed down the top services that offer the best channel and league selections for sports enthusiasts. Numerous services exist, each presenting a distinct lineup of channels and league coverage. Continue reading to assess and compare each one, ultimately making an informed choice based on your preferences.

#1 ESPN Plus

ESPN's dedicated streaming service with a variety of sports content, including NHL, NBA, etc. The service offers access to non-market NHL games, LaLiga Bundesliga matches for $10 per month or $100 per year. An ESPN Plus subscription will include prestigious tennis events like Wimbledon and the US Open, select out-of-market MLB games, and NCAA football and basketball matchups. Don't miss the opportunity to watch rising talents in the Little League World Series and catch thrilling UFC matches included in the subscription. Please note that live NBA basketball and NFL football games are not available, and pay-per-view UFC events require an additional fee.

#2 Hulu Plus Live TV

Hulu Plus Live TV provides a unique option for sports enthusiasts. While it may lack certain league-owned channels, it comes bundled with an ESPN Plus subscription. The cost is $70 per month, and the service includes major networks, ESPN, TBS, TNT, FS1, FS2, and four RSNs. However, it does not offer MLB, NHL, NBA, or Tennis channels, except for the NFL network. 

If you choose sports subscription services, then you have a Smart TV. Did you know that you don't need to have a Smart TV to watch sports streaming? To get online sports access, you just need to buy and unlock Fire Stick's, as well as connect it correctly. By "unblock" we mean to open all available 2023 sports content. To do this, you need to know how to use a VPN on Amazon Fire Stick. Once you figure it out, you can watch Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and other services without regional restrictions.

#3 YouTube TV

YouTube TV is priced at $65 per month, but presently, you can get it at $10 off for the first three months. It provides four RSNs, FS1, FS2, ESPN, TBS, TNT, and all major national networks. The standard package includes almost all league channels, except the NHL Network. You can also opt for an extra Sports Plus package, although it doesn't provide much, except BeIn and NFL Red Zone. To find out which local networks and RSNs are available in your area, enter your ZIP code on YouTube TV's welcome page.

#4 Peacock Premium

NBC's Peacock offers not only on-demand entertainment but also live sports. Subscribing to the $5-a-month Premium tier grants users access to a range of thrilling events, including English Premier League soccer, the Olympics, select WWE matches, Indy Car races, and certain PGA golf tournaments. The platform also broadcasts less mainstream sports like rugby, figure skating, cycling, and track and field. True, to see everything that is available on the service, you will need a VPN extension Chrome for a PC or a VPN for a router. Although Sunday Night Football is a standout attraction during the season, Peacock shines brightest for avid soccer and wrestling enthusiasts.

#5 Sling TV

Sling TV packages cater more to casual fans rather than offering an extensive range of options. Notably, Sling Blue lacks a single RSN for local broadcasts, but you can still access some national broadcasts. The Orange plan includes ESPN, while the Blue plan offers FS1 and the NFL network. However, neither plan grants access to ABC, which may be inconvenient for many fans. For an additional cost of $11 a month with either the Blue or Orange plan or $15 for the combined Orange and Blue plan, you can opt for the Sports Extra add-on. This add-on includes the NBA, NHL, and MLB channels, along with PAC 12, BeIn, Tennis channel, and more. The individual plans are priced at $40 a month each, while the combined Orange and Blue plan costs $55 a month. Currently, you can enjoy your first month at a 50% discount. You can check which local channels are available in your area here.

#6 FuboTV

FuboTV is currently priced at $75 per month and provides access to 35 RSNs. It features ESPN but lacks TBS and TNT, which might pose an issue for certain sports enthusiasts. Additionally, it offers local networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox, along with FS1, FS2, BeIn Sports, the Big 10, and the Golf channel.

If you wish to enjoy additional content, you can opt for the Fubo Extra Package, available for an extra $8 per month. Alternatively, you can subscribe to the $85-a-month Elite streaming tier, which includes Fubo Extra and provides access to NHL, NBA, MLB, SEC, PAC 12, and Tennis channels. To view the complete list of local networks and RSNs available on FuboTV, click here. Feel free to read our detailed FuboTV review for more information.

Conclusion

While this roundup primarily focuses on sports content, these services operate within a broader context. The costs of monthly subscriptions can quickly accumulate, and not everyone in your household may share the same interest in sports. Depending on the package you choose, these options can cost upwards of $60 per month, and add-ons can further increase the monthly price.

It's worth considering whether these services offer value for other members of your household. The best sports streaming services often provide impressive lineups of news and entertainment programming, making them suitable for general audiences as well.

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