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WHAT IS ESPN PLUS?

ESPN Plus gives users a new, mobile way to access ESPN content and live programming through the new ESPN app. The new service differs from other streaming apps in a few key ways. Here’s everything sports fans needs to know about ESPN Plus.

WHAT DOES IT COSTS?

For the first seven days, ESPN Plus won’t cost you anything! There’s a free seven-day trial, so you can see if it’s right for you. If it is, there are two different subscription models. ESPN Plus has either $5 per month or $50 per year plans. While more expensive upfront, the yearly subscription model saves you $10 per year. You can cancel your subscription any time.

WHAT YOU GET?

The service gets live MLB, NHL, NBA, and MLS games, as well as college sports, PGA golf, Top Rank Boxing, UFC and Grand Slam Tennis matches. You’ll also find United Soccer League, cricket, rugby, Canadian Football League, English Football League, and UEFA Nations League games. In 2018, ESPN launched a partnership with UFC, giving fight fans access to exclusive live fights, original UFC features, and archival content. For boxing fans, you get Bob Arum’s Top Rank Boxing which has produced some of the best fights in boxing history! Currently Top Rank has Terence Crawford, Michael Conlan, Andy Vences, Carl Frampton, Tyson Fury, Gilberto Ramirez, Jerwin Ancajas, Mikaela Mayer, Rob Brandt, Shakur Stevenson, Teofimo Lopez, Jose Ramirez, Oleksandr Gvozdyk, Vasiliy Lomachenko and much much more of the world’s best boxers that you will be able to watch on the ESPN Plus App…

WHAT DO I NEED?

The ESPN app is available on almost every device, including Android smartphones, Android TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Smart TVs, Fire/Kindle tablets, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Roku, Oculus Go, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Samsung Smart TVs. You can find out more about ESPN Plus on the ESPN Media Zone website. Users of iOS devices can download the ESPN app via iTunes, while Android users will find it on the Play Store. Click the banner below to sign up.

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