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Super League set to be streamed in two places in 2024

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Super League fans can now watch games in multiple ways including two streaming services.

Sky Sports and NOW TV is the only place to watch every game live all season. All six matches in each Betfred Super League round will be shown live, totalling around 170 games each year across Sky and NOW platforms. This will include Magic Wknd fixtures, Playoffs and all three Grand Finals – Men’s, Women’s and Wheelchair.

Continued innovation will also be seen on screen, as renewed investment means that video referees will now feature in all Betfred Super League matches, bringing increased consistency and integrity to the sport.

In addition to live matches, Super League fans can tune in to Sky Sports for a range of support programming, including interviews and features whilst being able to stay across all the latest rugby league news on Sky Sports’ social media channels, skysports.com, the Sky Sports App and Sky Sports News. For non-Sky subscribers, fans can still stream every Betfred Super League live match with a NOW TV month membership.

Watch every match of the 2024 Betfred Super League season, including Magic Weekend, the play-offs, and men’s, women’s and wheelchair Grand Finals, plus the Betfred World Club Challenge, live on Sky Sports. Also stream with NOW TV.

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General view of the ground through a sky camera *** during the Super League match between Salford Red Devils and Castleford at AJ Bell Stadium, Manchester, UK on 13 April 2023.

On top of this, Rugby League Commercial (RLC) has unveiled its new global, direct-to-consumer streaming service, SuperLeague+. The platform marks the next phase of IMG’s long-term strategic partnership with RLC to reimagine the sport in the UK. Powered by IMG sister company Endeavor Streaming, it will help drive the sport’s digital transformation, diversify its media strategy and reach new audiences worldwide, although please be aware of local restrictions to this in the United States and Australia.

In the UK and Republic of Ireland, domestic fans will be able to watch 106 Betfred Super League games live on the service, with the remaining 61 games to be made available delayed and on-demand. Live coverage in the UK will kick off on Friday 16 February when reigning World Club Champions St Helens take on newly promoted London Broncos, and 2023 Betfred Challenge Cup winners Leigh Leopards play the Huddersfield Giants (both 8pm UK kick off). Please note, if you are already a Sky Sports subscriber, you can already watch every game live and do not need a separate SuperLeague+ membership.

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