Tag Archive: Sports


Sports streaming service DAZN launches Roku TV app in Canada

More streaming options for sports fans looking to cut out cable TV 🇨🇦

DAZN subscribers in Canada can now access the sports streaming platform on Roku streaming players and Roku-enabled smart TVs.

Adding Roku rounds out DAZN’s list of supported devices which already included the prerequisite support for web browsers and smartphones along with apps and support for Android TV, Chromecast, VIZIO SmartCast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Apple TV.

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Best sports games for Android

Get your game on — even in the offseason — with the best sports games available for Android.

After a few golden years of fantastic entries, it seems that sports games, too, have all but succumbed to the freemium model. There’s far too few quality sports games out there that just let you jump into the game without having to deal with player cards, upgrades or waiting for ‘stamina meters’ to refill. Nearly all the top mobile  [Read More…]

How to use YouTube TV to get the most out of sports

Watching the sports you crave is easy with YouTube TV!

YouTube TV not only lets you watch you favorite sitcoms and dramas, but it also gets you access to the biggest sports events on television. With so many channels, programs, and teams, it can be difficult to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve got the details on how to find every game you want to watch!

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Live sports streaming service DAZN launches in Canada with exclusive NFL Game Pass rights

Are you ready for some streaming football?

Sports streaming service DAZN has announced it’s expanding into Canada, anchored by a deal with the NFL to be the exclusive home of NFL Game Pass. Canadians will be able to access NFL Game Pass and NFL RedZone exclusively through DAZN — services previously only available via cable providers. With the start of NFL pre-season just three weeks away, you can sign up to receive updates about DAZN’s imminent launch in Canada.

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NBC Sports introduces ‘Premier League Pass’ at $50 per season for cord cutters

Cord cutters will take any win they can get.

The opposing forces of hating cable providers while also loving sports just got a little friendlier. NBCUniversal has announced that it will offer a “Premier League Pass” subscription service for those who don’t have a cable subscription but want to keep up with the English Premier League. The subscription, which will be available in August as a part of the “NBC Sports Gold” platform, will cost $ 50 for the  [Read More…]

How to use Alexa for sports updates

Alexa can make sure you always know the score of the big games!

If you’re a sports fan, then it can be difficult at times to keep track of the score for all of your favorite teams. With Alexa, you can program in your favorite teams and get updates by simply asking her for sports updates. You can add multiple teams too, so you’ll never miss a score again.

We’ve got all the details here!

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CBS Sports for Android (review)

Overview This sports app is a go-to source for MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS and NCAA sports news, scores, and more. This one-stop sports app is available for all of your electronic devices, such as iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. Besides offering a large amount of features, like lightning fast scores, stats, and news, […]

Garmin’s new Quatix 5 is perfect for water sports lovers

Garmin just introduced a new smartwatch product, called the Quatix 5. While the vast majority of smartwatches today are aimed at runners or gym workout enthusiasts, the Quantix 5 was designed to be a companion for open sea adventurers. Garmin’s brand new “marine” watch packs compatibility with onboard boat systems (including Garmin’s chartplotters) and high-precision […]

Yahoo Sports adds video Headlines

If you’re a sports fan you’ve probably heard of Yahoo Sports – a mobile application for iOS and Android users which offers latest scores, stats and information for various teams and leagues. Video consumption on mobile devices has been on the rise for the last few years, and Yahoo has duly taken note of the […]

Sports Illustrated shoots its first cover with a smartphone, the Motorola Moto Z

It’s no secret phones have been seeing major updates in the camera department in the last few years, but even so old school photographers tend to stick to their DSLRs, right? Well it seems like the folks of Sports Illustrated performed a little experiment and shot the cover of their latest magazine cover using a