More live sporting events are coming to ESPN.

With the recent announcement that ESPN would be raising its price from $5.99 per month to $9.99 per month, it’s excellent to learn that they are also adding over 6,000 live athletic events. ESPN is A1 to grow its streaming business.

The NCAAs Sun Belt Conference and ESPN have just agreed to a contract for ESPN to broadcast many of their games. The ESPN platform will host 6,000 or more live sporting events as a result of this agreement. And it will continue till the season of 2030–31.

The current arrangement between ESPN and the Sun Belt Conference, under which football would be shown on ESPN’s linear offerings, is expanded by this deal. For the Sun Belt Conference, one of the lesser conferences in college football, this is actually a huge deal since it will increase interest in their games.

Advertisement ESPN CONTINUES WITH DEALS TO EXPAND ITS CONTENT LIBRARY Following ESPN’s announcement that it would broadcast every Canadian football game in the 2022 season, this has happened. Additionally, it serves as the sole venue for the recently revived XFL. ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and FX will also carry coverage of the XFL. MLB and NHL material has also been added to ESPN in the last year. It is assisting ESPN in expanding its content offering, which should increase the number of subscribers.

ESPN has to increase the cost of the service due to the influx of fresh content. Although there wasn’t much decent content available at the time, it was originally $4.99, which was a great deal. The last several years have seen ESPN put a lot of effort into growing its content inventory and acquiring exclusive rights to the UFC. being the sole supplier of UFC PPV events in addition to broadcasting its events.

Even though ESPN will now cost $9.99 a month starting in the next month, getting the Disney Bundle is probably still preferable. You still only pay $14 per month for the package, which includes Disney, ESPN, and Hulu. Or you can purchase Hulu without ads for $20 per month. It is a fantastic offer, especially given that ESPN now costs $10.


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