The Utah Jazz have decided to launch a service streaming own so that their fans can follow their games. Jazz+, which is the name of the platform, will only be available in the state of Utah and in some regions of Idaho and Wyoming, but it represents an interesting paradigm shift in the league’s way of consumption on the verge of negotiating the new broadcasting rights contract, in which the streaming platforms streaming They promise to enter with force.
The service will be priced at $15.5 per month, and will offer live matches, both league and preseason, with commentary options in both English and Spanish, and will also include exclusive content and à la carte matches. Likewise, an annual subscription is offered for the price of $125.5, which will give those who purchase it before the regular season begins two tickets to a team game, a t-shirt and a hat. On the other hand, those who do not wish to subscribe can purchase individual matches for $5.
“Our main goal is to create the best possible experience for fans,” said Ryan Smith, owner of the franchise. «This year there are many reasons to be happy to be a Jazz fan, such as the return of the Delta Center or our 50th anniversary, and now also the arrival of Jazz+ so that anyone in Utah can follow the games. With this, we have created the possibility of being with the team 24 hours a day. “We want everyone to be able to follow us every minute of the game.”
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