ESPN Player has acquired exclusive broadcast rights to Major League Lacrosse (MLL) across EMEA. The streaming service will deliver expanded coverage of the 2019 season starting with its first game this Saturday.
For the 2019 season, the direct-to-consumer sports streaming service will feature a live game every week, from 15 June through to 21 September.
ESPN Player will also bring subscribers exclusive coverage of the MLL All-Star game (27 July) and the Playoff and Championship games on 4-6 October, bringing the total of live games to 18.
Coverage begins with New York Lizards welcoming the Chesapeake Bayhawks – both teams reached the Playoff semi-finals last year.
ESPN Player is available on desktop, iPad and mobile and viewers can cast to the big screen with Apple TV (via Airplay) and Chromecast.
New subscribers can enjoy a seven-day free trial, with both the monthly and annual pass including access to an extensive line-up of ESPN’s critically acclaimed sports documentaries.
In addition, fans can watch daily ESPN studio shows, live college sports and three channels simulcast direct from the US: ESPNU, the SEC Network, and the Longhorn Network.