Next Generation Sports Network brings soccer revolution to the US
LOS ANGELES - March 6, 2015 - PRLog -- Today, Next Generation Sports Network (NGSN) launches its sports network in the US offering 24/7 access to thousands of soccer matches of European and South American leagues via the Internet and mobile networks.
It is the first time that viewers in the US will be able to watch soccer in HD quality anywhere, anytime, any way and as much they want.
The offering is also the first of its kind: no other broadcaster offers broadcasting of entire soccer games of this many leagues over the Internet.
The leagues offered are Portugal, The Netherlands, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Russia and Venezuela. Other soccer leagues, competitions and other sports will soon follow.
Games can be watched live and on demand, in their entirety or just the highlights with either English or Spanish commentary and statistics.
Viewers access the service through an App on an Android or iOS tablet or smartphone or through NGSN.com with a desk or laptop computer. Games can also be watched on TV’s through Chromecast or Airplay. NGSN will soon also be available on game consoles such as X-Box, smart-TV’s and other Internet connected devices.
NGSN is currently only available in the US but will soon launch in Canada. Other countries will quickly follow thereafter.
NGSN is endorsed by Andrés Guardado, captain of the Mexican national soccer team and player at Dutch team PSV and Memphis Depay, player at PSV and the Dutch national team.
CEO Harry van Streun comments:
"We are excited to reach out to all those soccer fans in the US for whom it is hardly possible and very expensive to watch soccer. Netflix and the like have also shown that viewers want to be free to determine when and what to watch. NGSN brings to soccer fans an affordable way to enjoy 24/7, thousands of games without commercial breaks and in HD quality anywhere, anytime."
"We expect to quickly boost our offering in terms of both content and the countries where NGSN will be broadcast. With our global partner Microsoft we have an organization and a global platform that supports that quick growth."
To subscribe to NGSN visit www.ngsn.com.
Harry van Streun (CEO)