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TSN GO Will Stream to Rogers and Bell TV Customers

March 13, 2014 - Written By Cory McNutt

Bell Media updated Canada’s Sports Leader, TSN GO, with a new app today that was updated to give their television subscribers the ability to watch TSN and TNS2 live on multiple platforms, anytime and anywhere.  Simply download the TSN GO Application, sign-in and enjoy the best sports that Canada has to offer. Rogers and Bell TV have already signed on to TSN GO so as long as you already subscribe to TSN via your cable service you will now have access via your mobile devices on either the Rogers or Bell carriers.

They made this change just in time for NCAA March Madness and eventually the NHL and NBA playoffs.  The App allows all TSN subscribers to stream their content to your smartphone, tablet or computer at no additional charge.  Stewart Johnston, President of TSN stated: Our subscribers are passionate and highly engaged sports fans who want access to their favorite sports across all of their devices.  With the launch of TSN GO, we are able to extend our service and empower TSN subscribers with access to thousands of hours of the biggest events in sports, wherever they are.

Featuring 6,000+ hours of live sports you will have access to the following line-up of sports programming in Canada:

Baseball – MLB Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday Night Baseball. Hockey – World Juniors and NHL. Basketball – NBA and NCAA, including March Madness. Soccer – MLS, Barclays Premier League, FIFA 2015-2022, UEFA Euro 2016. Football – CFL, NFL, and BCS. Golf – All of golf’s Majors. Tennis – All Grand Slam events. Auto Racing – Formula One and NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series. Curling – All Season of Champions events. Figure Skating -Skate Canada International and Canadian Tire National Skating Championships. Rugby – Team Canada Rugby and Rugby World Cup. Lacrosse – National Lacrosse League. Fan-favorite shows – OFF THE RECORD, THAT’S HOCKEY, and more.

The App is far from polished – the Android version scrolls and stutters like you were viewing on the web rather than streaming it to a mobile device and it doesn’t support tablets, but the company said that it will offer that capability soon. The only thing that it currently has going for it is that TSN and TSN2 now has the ability to stream over cellular and Wi-Fi for existing Rogers and Bell subscribers.  TELUS and Shaw customers are out of luck for now, but TSN is working on adding additional partners.

Hopefully they will get this App working properly – sure, the service is free, but if it is lousy service, who cares? Please let us know on our Google+ Page if you have tried the TSN GO App and how was your experience.