ESPN and Sprint are teaming up to give Android users the ultimate sports experience in the palm of their hand. Starting today, ESPN Mobile TV will offer Sprint consumers live sports programming and entertainment from ESPN.
The service will be offered via the existing Sprint TV application and does not require a software upgrade.
“Mobile has become an invaluable screen to the digital consumer. To super serve sports fans, you have to provide live coverage on the go, and we are excited to be working with Sprint to provide this offering to its customers.”Matt MurphySVP ESPN Media Networks
We don’t have a Sprint Android phone at the moment so we are unable to review this service. If you own a HTC Hero or Samsung Moment, please let us know how the new ESPN Mobile TV performs.
Programming and live events through April include:
- 23 Live Men’s NCAA Basketball Games (including Conference Championship games)
- 19 Live Women’s NCAA Basketball Championship Games
- 9 NBA Playoff Games
- 15 Regular Season NBA Games
- 30 Live NBA Fastbreak Shows
- 10 Regular Season MLB Games
- 50 Live Baseball Tonight Studio Shows
- 3 College Football Spring games
- 3 Live Friday Night Fights
- 3 Live NCAA Hockey Championship Games
- 5 Live MLS Matches