How can I watch sports without cable or satellite TV

Gradually cable has been losing its ground due to the cord cutting option. But all of the sports lovers need not worry since they would not be losing out on any live sports actions even when they do not have a cable or a satellite TV. Thanks to the TV antenna and the other online streaming services, it has become easier to watch sports even without a cable or a satellite TV. Viewers are having tons of options or answers to all of their question on how to watch sports. There are multiple bundles offered by the streaming services which are cheaper and affordable than the cable TV. These streaming services provide sports which can be watched with the help of an internet. Let us have a look at few of those options.

TV antenna:

The free over-the-air TV antenna provide a lot of benefit to its users. It allows the viewers in most of the areas to watch major broadcasting network channels such as NBC, ABC, Fox and CBS. These OTA antennas are especially said to be beneficial for the NFL fans since their games mostly airs on Fox, NBC and CBS. Even those who are fans of NHL, soccer and NBA can view at least some of their games on these broadcasting channels.

Sling TV:

For those who are cost-conscious sports lovers, the Sling TV is considered to be one of the best option for them. Sling TV provides some of the major networks such as NBC or FOX in few of their areas. They also have FS1, ESPN, NBCSN and FS2 on one of their basic Sling TV packages. They have two packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue. Sling TV also offers NBC sports in few of the areas.

Playstation Vue:

Do not get confused by the name since Playstation Vue is made available on most of the devices apart from Sony’s own Playstation. The smallest package is for $44.99 every month wherein you can access channels such as FS1, FS2, ESPN and ESPN2. There are also other regional sports network available. At their higher package, you can also receive channels such as NBA TV, MLB Network, Big Ten and so on.

DirectTV Now:

The DirectTV Now has one of the skinny packages. In its cheapest package which costs $40 each month, you can get access to ESPN, ESPN2 and FS1. When you go in for the higher packages, there are other network programs made available such as FS2, Big Ten Network and so on

ESPN+:

ESPN offers its own standalone OTT service at $4.99 each month. In this package, you would get access to all the live sports aired on ESPN, its analysis, and other shows. They also have an on-demand library that provide more than 30 documentaries of recent as well as classic sports, race and matches. But one of the downside is that you would not get access to live sports events. ESPN+ covers some of the major leagues such as MLS live at no additional cost. They also provide a free one-month trial..