Technologically-advanced Red Sox fans may soon be able to enjoy the games beyond watching them in-person or on television.

Chad Finn of the Boston Globe, NESN announced that they will soon allow live in-market streaming of Boston Red Sox games.  This will include Massachusetts and the New England area that has been blacked out from streaming prior to the announcement.  Games will be available to stream on the NESNGo app on mobile devices in the coming days and weeks, according to the story.

The app is currently available for download for users, but it must be paired with a cable subscription from Xfinity, Cox, Metrocast, RCN, or Playstation Vue to play content.  NESN said via their Frequently Asked Questions about the app that they are working with other cable providers to provide streaming service on the application soon, including Spectrum Time Warner that is prevalent in the Bangor area.


This could be significant news for Boston sports fans to be able to enjoy Sox and Bruins games in the future, even if they aren’t in front of the TV screen.

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