Sports fans seem to always be looking for the best and cheapest way to stream all of their games and sporting events.
You may have thought that you have heard of them all, including Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV and fuboTV, but there is another solution out there and has a pretty generous price, considering the prices of the competition.
My solution is the streaming service VidGo.
No, this is not a paid sponsorship by VidGo, but is merely a way for sports fans to get the most sports as possible at an excellent price.
VidGo’s Core Package costs $29.99 a month and has sports channels such as ACC Network, SEC Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN U, ESPNEWS, Texas Longhorn Network, FS1, FS2, Big Ten Network (BTN), PAC 12 Network and NFL Network.
The company’s second tier, the Plus Package, costs $39.99 a month and includes all of the sports channels listed above, as well as NFL RedZone. However, that seems to be the only additional sports channel on that package. It’s mostly a tier where it includes more non-sports-related networks.
Either of the plans you and other customers choose, there is no wrong choice. The Plus Package could be used for those who want to stream content outside of sports such as news channels, Hallmark networks, History Channel, FX networks and more Discovery networks.
To make it even better for Apple TV users is that the company just released a redesigned tvOS app earlier this year. VidGo’s channel guide is now much more user-friendly and has more of a traditional TV guide like Hulu with Live TV.
Local ABC and FOX stations will only be available in select markets, so be sure to check and see beforehand to find out if it is in your area. If it is in your area, it would give sports fans the option to watch college football on ABC and FOX, NFL and MLB games on FOX and NBA games on ABC.
VidGo is currently available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.