LG Electronics USA announces that the ESPN App, including ESPN+, are now available on LG Smart TVs1 including its lineup of LG OLED Smart TVs.
The ESPN App provides access to live streaming via ESPN+ (available to all consumers via a direct-to-consumer subscription to ESPN+) and ESPN’s lineup of networks (for consumers logging in using cable or satellite television provider credentials).
ESPN+ is the No. 1 sports streaming platform, serving fans in the U.S. with exclusive access to more than 27,000 live sports events each year, a library of on-demand replays and original content, and premium written articles by the top reporters and analysts on ESPN.com.
The arrival of the ESPN App with ESPN+ on LG Smart TVs also gives users the ability to subscribe to the Disney Bundle Trio, which includes access to Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+. This bundle offers one of the largest streaming collections of entertainment, news, and sports content from top brands and franchises.
Live sports programming on ESPN+ includes UFC Fight Nights and exclusive UFC Pay-Per-View events; more than 75 exclusive, national NHL telecasts, plus more than 1,000 out-of-market NHL Power Play games per season; thousands of college sports events including football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling, and more from 20 conferences across the country; top domestic and international soccer including LaLiga, Bundesliga, FA Cup, Copa Del Rey, EFL Championship, Carabao Cup and more; 4,300+ live, exclusive hours of PGA TOUR golf coverage across 35 tournaments, plus coverage from the Masters and PGA Championship; Top Rank Boxing; Grand Slam tennis (including US Open, Wimbledon and Australian Open); Major League Baseball; international cricket; and much, much more.
In addition to live events, ESPN+ gives fans exclusive access to on-demand original content including popular series like Peyton’s Places, Eli’s Places and the Places Universe shows, More Than An Athlete, The Captain, Why Not Us, and more. Fans can also watch exclusive studio shows including ESPN FC, In the Crease, and others, plus the entire library of ESPN’s 30 for 30 films, as well as 30 for 30 shorts, ESPN Films, on-demand replays of E:60 and SC Featured stories, and more.