I can understand the appeal of live TV, but I don't have time to watch everything live. And I'm not willing to pay $70 for one or two live games every week when I could just pay $10 for recordings of all of them. Plus, I might want to rewatch some games if they're particularly good, and Game Pass allows that. I don't know if Sunday Ticket does.
The only sport I watch is Major League Baseball. I get the MLB app for the NY Yankees and the local NY announcers. I live in Florida. Problem is the blackout system omits games when the Yankees play the Tampa Bay Rays. And no games that are broadcast on ESPN. And no post season games.
MLB needs to step up THEIR game!
I have a subscription to Peacock because it has the sports I actually watch. The Olympics, National and Beverly Hills Dog Shows and horse racing. They have many more sports but these are the ones I watch. They also have ruby, soccer, NFL games, golf, wrestling, etc. I watch the Crufts Dog Show on YouTube and FEI on YouTube which is horse sports such as jumping, dressage and driving.
I always wanted that ability when I had cable. Someone at Roku could post an article on this.
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Have no interest in sports, so do not have any subscriptions that offer it. I do have strong OTA original stations if commodity is being broadcast. I use Tennis Channel time- round, adding ESPN Plus when the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and US Open air. This is, hands down, the stylish way I have plant to watch tennis, because these apps let you choose from a number of live matches, rather of simply watching what the networks are raising. They offer on- demand matches too.
As for price, that quantities to a little over one string bill-- as opposed to twelve.
NFL Game Pass does not point live games, but it's an inconceivable deal because it offers on- demand renewals shorly after the games air.$ 10 and tolerance gets you all the main action from ESPN, Prime Video, NFL Network, and the broadcast networks, all in one place, plus some aged Super Coliseums and NFL Flicks specials.