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  • #98955

    I have an iPhone, a smart TV and Roku, will I be able to stream the game on my TV with Roku or is Roku of any benefit for this game ?

    #98957

    You should be able to add ESPN+ to most any of your devices, but it is a subscription service that costs $4.99 a month, so be prepared for that.

    #98962

    Thanks, Greg…..I’m aware of the subscription fee but unsure of the technical requirements.

    #98968

    All available platforms listed in this thread.

     

    Big12 Now \ ESPN+ Info

    #98973

    Also, note that there are 20 Big 12 conference hoop games on ESPN+ this year. WVU is involved in five.

    #98978

    I just got on Roku and the game(s) can be viewed on the TV. $4.99 month ain’t so bad & you can cancel anytime. I’m in.

    #99005

    There is a free trial, so you can do that and avoid the cost for now. But be aware that there are many WVU hoops games designated for ESPN+ so eventually you are just going to have to bite the bullet and pay the $4.99 monthly fee.

    #99011

    Turns out that I have a 2 year renewable agreement for $60.  I must have thought it was my regular subscription but hey, $30 per year for+ won’t hurt me.

    #99012

    My question is twofold.

    With  one subscription can two people use the same subscription at the same time on two different devices?  Also, if I don’t have a Roku TV, apple tv, etc.  can I rig up a way to access it on a normal smart tv?

    #99013

    I used my Roku. First you have to have ESPN on your Roku. Then you can see at the top the ESPN+ which you can purchase. There are a LOT of college soccer matches on ESPN+ and college football like Akron vs. Kent State. It reminds me of ESPN’s startup days. I’m sure it will build as they force everyone into it. I can’t wait for 4:30 Saturday to enjoy the WVU-Kansas game. I suspect WVU basketball will be available there, too, when it’s not on Fox or ESPN.

    #99017

    With  one subscription can two people use the same subscription at the same time on two different devices?  Also, if I don’t have a Roku TV, apple tv, etc.  can I rig up a way to access it on a normal smart tv?

     

    1) I have seen reports that say you can only log in on one device at a time.

    2) If your TV can access the internet and has a web browser on it, then yes. Open the web browser and go to the ESPN+ site. Also, if you have a PC or MAC, and a way to connect that to your PC (via HDMI cable, for example) then you can access ESPN+ via your PC and watch it on your larger screen.

    #99021

    Thanks

    #99029

    One more way for ESPiN to get a few bucks out of your pocket.  Thank You Bob Bowlsby.

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