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NBL: Anywhere. Any Time

Download the NBL App here: Apple Store: Click here Google Play: Click here   In a ground breaking move, the National Basketball League will show every game of season 2016/17 live across its new premium NBL TV offering after retaining full ownership of its digital rights in Australia. With a variety of subscription offerings fans will be able to view games directly on screens of all sizes ranging from mobile to tablet, desktop and TV as well as having the ability to push content to large screens. Along with every 2016/17 season game live, fans can also enjoy hundreds of classic NBL games on demand via the NBL TV platform. NBL Executive Director Larry Kestelman has made clear his vision to see the NBL become one of Australia’s leading sports entertainment products and has used his extensive knowledge of the digital landscape to drive an enhanced fan experience. “Our focus is on ensuring as many Australian basketball fans can watch NBL as possible. Whether that is attending a game or watching via a TV, computer or mobile we want to ensure they also enjoy it at the highest possible quality.” “We have partnered with the best provider in Australia, for our live streaming offering and we have increased our broadcast production capabilities to ensure the product is a premium viewing experience,’” Mr Kestelman said. Full season ticketholders of Australian NBL Clubs will be given a free All Access Pass for the 2016/17 season with all games available. (Further details on how to subscribe will be provided soon) Fans of a particular club who are not full season ticket holders will able to watch their nominated team at home and on the road for free. All Access Pass subscribers will also be able to view, on demand, hundreds of NBL Classic games dating back to 1979. The retail price for All Access NBL TV is $5 per month, which entitles the users to all content, live and on-demand. Further special offers will be released in the coming weeks. NBL General Manager Jeremy Loeliger said the ability to watch the games on any size screen had been a key factor in the decision making process. “To ensure that it is a premium sports viewing experience we know people want to be able to watch on a larger screen than just being restricted to their mobiles and tablets. We have made significant improvements to our production and streaming products and we are confident our fans will be impressed by our new and improved NBL TV product.” Download the NBL App here: Apple Store: Click here Google Play: Click here
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