ESPN+ Adds NBA G League Action to Offerings
ESPN+ subscribers will be able to watch more than 200 games per season, beginning with the tip-off of the new NBA G League season. Beginning November 6, the premium multi-sport, direct-to-consumer video service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment and ESPN will offer multiple NBA G League games per day each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the season.
The new agreement significantly expands coverage of the G League across ESPN platforms, adding to existing coverage of G League games, including regular season, Playoffs. and the G League Finals on ESPN’s linear television networks. Details and scheduling for coverage on ESPN’s linear networks will be announced in the coming weeks.
“From Greensboro to Stockton, Erie to Austin, there are basketball fans all over the country. This agreement illustrates the promise and capability of ESPN+ to super serve fans,” says Russell Wolff, Executive Vice President & General Manager, ESPN+. “We’re excited to showcase some of the developing NBA talent and bring more great basketball events to ESPN+ subscribers.”