Sports fans can rejoice as they will be able to watch live sports events of various sports on your Roku with the launching of FloSports new OTT apps on Roku and Apple TV. Roku users can also enjoy live events, documentaries and various highlights and many more on their TV.
Roku provides the simplest way to stream entertainment to your TV. Roku is the phenomenal device which is ruling in the US and steady increasing its reach globally. The Roku streaming media players offers wide variety of channels which grab the attention of the users. Roku channel store has something for everyone and you can choose your channel as per your taste after Roku account set up and whole process is available on www roku com link and in case of any difficulty roku help is there to guide you.For enjoying an activating your full sack of entertainment you require roku link code which you get from roku official website and you need to follow a process to activate your roku link code.
Recently Roku has been in the news for its tie up with various electronic giants such as TCL and after TCL Hitachi came in action. Hitachi wanted to use Roku platform due to its good popularity and huge customer base.
We have a news for Sports lover who loves to watch their favourite sport Live on their TV .Many have not heard about Flosports, which a direct to-consumer subscription based Sports Company which provides plethora of live sports event has recently launched new over the top apps on Roku and Apple TV. Now Roku users will be able to enjoy live events, documentaries, highlights, studio shows and original content on their screens.
FloSports brings various sports such as boxing, eSports, basketball, softball,volleyball and wrestlings etc to your TV screens.However, the apps are free of cost include both free (Workout Wednesday, Run Junkie, etc.) and premium (FloFilms and most live events) but you need to subscribe for some content.
Existing subscribers of Flosports will be able to access the premium content their Roku and Apple TV. FloSports offers new sport in each quarter including an eSports site which is mainly about fighting games and which is focused on competiting marching bands and they can also view the premium content through existing login credentials. However, new users can purchse FloPRO subscription through in-app purchases. Yearly subscribers will get universal access to premium content.
FloSports co-founder and CEO Martin Floreani said that with leading direct-to-consumer sports media network FloSport is providing its fans more content on more than one platform across all the devices. He also added that leagues, governing bodies who partner with FloSport will be able to showcase their events on the world’s popular OTT platforms and they are excited to give their subscriber experience to watch sports from their living rooms.
Also Rajeev Raman, Sr. Director, Service Provider Video Software, Cisco said that Flosports is changing the traditional broadcasting methods and delivering its subscribers live and on-demand coverage of sports which they can watch from anywhere. They also provide cloud service for its FloSport subscribers.
Below we provide what you can watch on your FloSports in this week.
Michigan vs. Michigan State Fall Game — Oct. 12, Ann Arbor, MI
PGF Shootout — Oct. 16, Irvine CA
Wednesday Night Fights (WNF) — Oct. 12, Santa Ana, CA
SoCal Regionals — Oct. 14-16, Santa Ana, CA
ITA Oracle Masters — Oct. 13-16, Malibu, CA
ITA Oracle Cup — Oct. 13-16, Surprise, AZ
WBO International Cruiserweight Title: Gevor vs. Larghetti — Oct. 14, Hamburg, Germany
Night of Conflict — Oct. 14, Iowa City, IA
Conflict at Carver — Oct. 15, Iowa City, IA
Super 32 — Oct. 15-16, Greensboro, NC
Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational — Oct. 14, Madison, WI
Pre-Nationals XC — Oct. 15, Terre Haute, IN
Crush Games — Oct. 15, Miami, FL
Hardrock MMA 84 — Oct. 15, Bowling Green, KY
Bands of America Regionals — Oct. 15
J’den Cox: The Only Way Is Up (FloWrestling)
Monica Abbott: Million Dollar Arm (FloSoftball)