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New PS4 Feature Adds PPV Service For Live Sports Events


UFC FIGHT PASS users have access to the Early Prelims from the biggest UFC Pay-Per-View cards along with over 200+ live events from promotions such as Invicta FC, GLORY Kickboxing, QUINTET (Team Submission Grappling), Eddie Bravo Invitational, Polaris, and many more.




New PS4 feature adds PPV service for live sports events


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1) The UFC FIGHT PASS Prelims are exclusively live UFC events begin with a series of bouts live and exclusive to UFC FIGHT PASS. This includes the popular Featured Bout - which showcases the biggest names and most exciting emerging talents.


DAZN is a global sports streaming service. With a monthly subscription, you can watch some of the world's biggest combat sports events, plus a host of interviews, classic archived shows, premium documentaries, and exclusive access to fighters and promoters courtesy of regular content such as The DAZN Boxing Show.


To record live sports on YouTube TV, select the magnifying glass icon to search for your team or an event. Then, select the event or team and select the plus sign icon. Finally, select if you want to record that event or all events from your team or league.


Working with both existing partners and future partners to come, DAZN will offer select mega fights as Pay Per View add-on events. These occasional Pay Per View fights will be available to both existing and new DAZN subscribers in selected countries, live and on demand.


New customers who purchase the PPV will then be able to enjoy a host of other content as part of their included subscription, which includes more live boxing, a variety of other live sports (depending on your country, check DAZN.com for more information), exclusive interviews with top fighters, regular episodes of The DAZN Boxing Show and The DAZN Soccer Show, topnotch documentaries such as The Making Of Canelo and more.


Live sports coverage is a huge draw for cable subscribers, but you can get the same content, if not more, from a dedicated streaming service. Although some on-demand video streaming services include occasional sports commentary shows, the best options for sports fanatics are the cable-replacement services that offer game streams from local, national, and international networks.


Hulu is an excellent streaming service for sports fans. The service includes all the major broadcast networks and many sports-specific cable channels such as BTN, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, and NBC Sports Network. Unfortunately, it is missing a few league-specific channels, such as MLB Network, NBA TV, and RSNs from AT&T and Sinclair (it has all the NBC Sports RSNs). That said, Hulu is adding NFL Network and NFL RedZone before the start of the next NFL season, and you can pay for the Español add-on ($4.99 per month) to get international sports coverage.


To watch Peacock's sports content, you must subscribe to one of its paid tiers. The main draw of Peacock for sports fans is its coverage of Sunday Night Football and Premier League soccer. In addition to hosting IndyCar and WWE content, the service recently debuted a live PGA Tour betting show.


The service doesn't have 4K content or DVR features for live sports, but you can stream it on up to three devices simultaneously and use parental controls to filter content. The ability to download shows for offline playback is locked to Premium Plus subscribers. The Peacock app is available on mobile platforms (Android and iOS), media streaming devices (Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, and Roku), and gaming consoles (Xbox One and Series XS; PlayStation 4 and 5).


YouTube TV offers an excellent selection of live sports channels, including all the broadcast networks, CBS Sports Network, several ESPN Channels, FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, MLB Network, NBA TV, Olympic Channel, and Tennis Channel. You can also pay an extra monthly fee for the Fox Soccer Plus ($15 per month), NBA League Pass ($39.99 per month), and Sports Plus ($10.99 per month package that includes NFL RedZone) add-ons. Note that YouTube TV does not offer international channels or the NFL Network, however. It is also missing AT&T and Sinclair RSNs, though it does have NBC Sports RSNs.


If you are looking for a service with more than just sports, YouTube TV meets that criteria with a good range of news and entertainment channels. Unfortunately, this lineup of 90+ channels does not come cheap; the service's latest price hike added $15 to the monthly subscription cost.


One smart feature: YouTube TV's Key Plays section. Select a live or recorded NFL, MLB, NBA, NCAA Football, NCAA Basketball, or NHL game on your TV or mobile device. Swipe right to left at the bottom of the screen to see the Stats from the game, recordings of Key Plays, live Scores, or the mobile-only Fantasy football view.


YouTube TV's DVR storage is great for keeping up with games on your own time. With YouTube TV, you get unlimited cloud DVR storage, and the service keeps your recordings for up to nine months. YouTube TV allows you to stream on up to three devices simultaneously and supports up to six user accounts. Those extra streams and accounts are particularly convenient for when family members want to watch different programs that are set to air at the same time. The service is also notably one of the few that streams a significant number of its live channels in 1080p/60fps. A new $19.99-per-month 4K Plus add-on enables subscribers to watch live and on-demand content in 4K, stream on an unlimited number of devices on a home network, and watch DVR content offline on mobile devices.


Amazon Prime Video qualifies as a sports streaming service mainly for its coverage of Thursday Night Football, WNBA matchups, select Yankees games for New York residents, and the option to add several sports-focused channels to your subscription, such as Paramount+, NBA League Pass, and PGA Tour Live. Amazon also produces the All or Nothing series, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at various professional sports teams.


Although it doesn't cover nearly as many sports as some of its live TV competitors, Amazon Prime's on-demand library of TV shows and movies (and especially its originals) add significant value. Amazon is for people who want to pay for specialized channels on the platform.


FuboTV is a great option for any cord-cutting sports fans. For the national sports events, there's CBS, FOX, Golf Channel, NBA TV, NBC, NFL Network, TBS, and TNT. fuboTV includes AT&T and select Comcast RSNs, but lacks those from Sinclair.


FuboTV's starting tier includes 250 hours of DVR storage, and fuboTV keeps those recordings for as long as you subscribe. You can pay for the Cloud DVR 1000 add-on ($16.99 per month) to expand your storage limit to 1,000 hours. Other cool features of fuboTV include Lookback, which lets you watch select sports programs from up to 72 hours after they aired, and Startover, which enables you to restart certain live events from the beginning.


FuboTV is available on the web or via dedicated apps for Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Roku devices. You can stream on up to three devices simultaneously with the base plan, but the Unlimited Screens add-on ($9.99 per month) increases that limit to 10 devices on a home network. FuboTV's live streams are limited to 720p, though it is one of the few services to offer any 4K streaming for live content. Most of its on-demand content can be streamed in 1080p.


Other sports on the service include cricket, darts, fishing, gymnastics, and J1 (Japan's top soccer division) soccer matches. Dazn also produces some original sports content, including its live, daily MLB commentary show, Change Up, and the weekly, fighter-focused show, Sweet Scientists: Ak & Barak. For viewers outside the US, Dazn offers NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL games.


Dazn doesn't offer traditional DVR features, but every fight it streams is available to restart, rewind, and scrub through as soon as it airs. In addition, Dazn users can stream content on up to two devices simultaneously. Live events stream in 720p and about 60 FPS.


DirecTV Stream (previously AT&T TV) offers good national sports coverage if you are willing to pay for its higher-priced plans. DirecTV Stream's Choice plan ($84.99 per month), for instance, includes CBS Sports Network, four ESPN channels, FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, NHL Network, Olympic Channel, and SEC Network. In addition, it is notably the only service we tested that offers RSNs from AT&T, Comcast, and Sinclair. However, it is missing several of the NBC RSNs and the NFL Network.


With its local and national channels, DirecTV Stream helps you track the tricky world of regional sports networks. In terms of DVR features, DirecTV Stream offers 20 hours of DVR storage and keeps recordings for up to 90 days by default, but you can pay an additional $10 per month for unlimited storage space. Most other services let users save more hours of programming and for longer. Sports fans will appreciate DirecTV Stream's Lookback and Rewind capabilities, allowing you to watch previously aired content (up to 72 hours in the past) and restart live streams from the beginning of the broadcast, respectively. These features are only available for select channels and programs.


ESPN+ features daily live sports events, including MLB and NHL games, national and international soccer league matches, and various NCAA sports events. Recently, ESPN+ secured a deal with the NHL that will get the streaming service 75 out-of-market NHL games, beginning with the 2021-2022 season and running through the 2027-2028 season. If you want to purchase streaming access to PPV UFC events, ESPN+ is the only way to do so. Unfortunately, this service does not include streams of ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcasts or live NBA coverage.


ESPN+ does not replace ESPN's regular channels, but instead offers alternative live sports content for cord-cutters. What ESPN+ does include is access to ESPN's archives of prestige shows such as 30 for 30 and E:60. Again, though, core ESPN shows, such as Around the Horn, First Take, NFL Live, Outside the Lines, Pardon the Interruption, and SportsCenter are not available on the service.


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