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Frontier League and FloSports Announce Landmark Streaming Rights Agreement

 

The Frontier League of Professional Baseball, the largest of Major League Baseball’s Partner Leagues, and leading sports streaming service FloSports, today announced a multi-year partnership that will make the Frontier League the only professional baseball league featured on the OTT platform.

The partnership will deliver high quality and creative productions of the league’s brand of exciting minor league baseball games and original content to Frontier League fans throughout its footprint in the US and Canada, and beyond. FloSports programming also includes top NCAA conferences including Power 5 baseball tournaments, NASCAR Roots racing, Tour de France, and the Professional Bowlers Association.

“The Frontier League is fully committed to offering our fans exceptional experiences in our ballparks, in their homes, and on their devices”, said Jon Danos, CEO and commissioner of the Frontier League. With FloSports as a partner, our League content is even more accessible, and we take additional steps toward offering a go-to league preferred by players whose talents can be further enjoyed on a big stage along their journey to the big leagues”. Last year alone, seventeen MLB teams purchased the contracts of 47 Frontier League players.

“The addition of the Frontier League games to FloSports represents our continued commitment to delivering the highest quality baseball competition to our subscribers,” said Chris Keldorf, Senior Director, Global Rights Acquisition, FloSports. "We're excited to bring this programming to our platform to showcase the level of athletic talent that is part of the Frontier League."

About the Frontier League... The Frontier League of Professional Baseball is an official Partner League of Major League Baseball and the largest of its kind in professional baseball. The Frontier League has moved over 1,000 players to MLB teams in its 29-year history. The 2022 Frontier League season opens on Thursday, May 12. Please visit www.frontierleague.com.

About FloSports... Founded in 2006, FloSports is a subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of competition events across 25+ vertical sport categories in the US and abroad. FloSports’ vision is to give underserved sports the love they deserve. With a growing library of more than 300,000 hours of premium content including news, expert commentary, films, documentaries and more, FloSports has established itself as an innovator and leader in sports streaming. Finally, your sport has a home. For more information, please visit: flosports.tv.

FRONTIER LEAGUE & FLOSPORTS FAQ

What is the partnership between FloSports and the Frontier League? The Frontier League has entered into a partnership with FloSports to exclusively broadcast all regular season league games, the Frontier League All-Star game, and league Playoffs on a digital only, OTT streaming service.

Why is this important? The Frontier League now has a place to call home. Frontier League games can be viewed on ONE platform making it easier for fans to experience the best of Frontier League baseball anywhere, anytime and on any device. The Frontier League and its teams believe live streaming sports on OTT platforms is the new way of media consumption, which is how the Frontier League’s fans and younger demographics are already consuming media. So we wanted to distribute our events to align with their viewing habits and the current viewership trends. In addition, FloSports can guarantee international distribution.

Why are we making this change and is it better than what we had before? The Frontier League strives to give fans the best overall viewing experience and the FloSports platform takes us to the next level. In addition to game broadcasts FloSports will be the place where fans will have access to news and curated content around the Frontier League. Fans can just log-in to FloSports and they’ll be able to watch a game live or on-demand anytime, anywhere. They can watch on their phones, TVs, desktops or through the app. This partnership allows us to reach fans where they are.

That’s great, but how much does this cost our fans? FloSports offers both MONTHLY and ANNUAL subscriptions. The monthly rate is $29.99 a month, billed monthly. The annual subscription is a better value and saves you money in the long term. That subscription is billed once and at $149.88 annually. The annual subscription equates to almost a 60% savings from the monthly subscription. It’s important to stress the value of the offering. Both the monthly and the annual subscription gives you access to the ENTIRE FloSports network. All their available collegiate and summer league baseball programming as well as football, motorsports, cycling, softball, wrestling, grappling, volleyball, cheerleading and other sports competitions, new and original films and documentaries, breaking news, exclusive interviews, training tips and more.

How do fans sign up? Fans can sign up by visiting https://flosports.link/3vaEUVT

Have more questions? Visit https://support.flosports.tv/s/



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