In this article we are going to talk about some of the best sports streaming sites out there. There are literally hundreds of sites that offer this service so it’s important to pick the best one that fits your needs. While the short list below contains numerous sites for streaming sports, they are generally used on dozens of different devices other than a computer or laptop. This includes the Amazon Firestick, Fire TV Stick, Roku, Chromecast, Android phones, tablets, PCs, and even more. If you have an iPhone, Kindle, or any other device that connects to the internet, then you can easily find a sports streaming site.
The most popular sports streaming site right now is the HDNet, which is owned by Fox. This service has many benefits over other options but also comes with a couple of drawbacks. First of all, while most HDNet channels are region specific, they aren’t available in the U.S. since the system is based there. However, if you live in the U.S., you should still be able to catch most of the major sports broadcasts because HDNet can be picked up from anywhere in the world. Another drawback to this service is that the primary channel is always exclusive, which means that if another sports network decided to show highlights on a different channel, then you would have to miss out on the play-by-play of the game. Other countries such as Japan and India do not have problem with HDNet either because their systems work different than ours does.
The next sports streaming site that we’re going to talk about is the recently launched My Live Sports. As you may not know, My Live Sports offers over 50 live sports channels including some of the most popular sports in the U.S., like basketball, baseball, football, NASCAR, soccer, and the NCAA. Although My Live Sports only works with selected sports networks in the U.S., Canada, and parts of South America and the Caribbean, it does work very well and has been gaining quite a bit of attention from gamers and non gamers alike because of its unique features. For example, it allows users to watch live sports streams directly on their computer screens, with the ability to browse through the channels by categories and highlight certain sports sections. This site features intrusive pop-ups however, so if you want to go into your computer screen where My Live Sports is displayed, you may have to press Alt+F4 in order to bring up your keyboard.