‘Biggest’ news for ESPN 360 live feed
ESPN 360 Live, the live-streaming app that offers the most in-depth, in-studio coverage of college football and sports events, will offer a new look with new features and enhanced video content in March, the company announced Wednesday.
The new live feed, which will debut with the NCAA March Madness, will feature live and archived video from ESPN’s broadcast networks, the Big Ten Network, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3, ESPN Goal Line and ESPN Deposits.ESPN 360 Live is the only way to watch ESPN’s flagship program on mobile devices with a TV connected to a computer.
It’s also the only live streaming app available to viewers on desktops, laptops and tablets.
Live broadcasts of college games can be viewed on tablets, laptops, smartphones and other mobile devices, and the platform will also offer video streams of all major events on the college football calendar, including the NCAA tournament.
The live feed is available in the app’s home screen, along with a variety of other features, including video previews, player bios, player stats, team previews, live scores, highlight packages and more.
In addition, there are live scores for most of the Big 12 games on ESPN3 and the ACC Championship on ESPNU.
In a press release, ESPN announced that it is adding a number of additional video elements to the app, including a live score on ESPN2 and a scorecard with stats on the scores of each game.
ESPN Live will also add video for the conference championship game and other games, and a dedicated app for the NCAA Championship.
The launch of the live feed comes on the heels of ESPN’s announcement of the launch of its new ESPN+ app, which is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2018.
The new app features more than 4,000 live events across ESPN and the Big 10 Network, with more than 200 college football events and more than 60 NCAA basketball events on ESPN Plus.
The service will also include ESPN2 with live coverage of all college basketball events, plus exclusive live coverage from ESPN Deports.