Indiana Mania reiterated its plan to broadcast the team’s games for free in the 2020 season. | Hoopfeed.com
Published on July 1, 2020
When the WNBA revealed Plan to shorten the season in mid-June, “Indiana Fanatic” announced that the team will provide free game streaming. The Connecticut Sun also stated that the team will continue to work with regional broadcaster NESN to broadcast the Sun game. The exact schedule of the WNBA season and the details of any national broadcast plan have not yet been announced. “The Fever” issued a statement today, reiterating its commitment to providing fans with free streaming options.
It is expected that the regular season will begin in late July of this year, and fans in all 92 counties of Indiana will be able to watch each fever game for free in the comfort of their homes.
“While in such an unprecedented period we cannot attract fans to our games, we are doing the second good thing and bringing our exciting basketball brand to the Hoosier home in the state without the fans having to pay anything for it The price. Fever President Dr. Allison Barber said: “Since we only plan to play 22 regular season games this season, every game is crucial.
Players, coaches and staff will soon arrive at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. All 12 Indiana fever players plan to add the abbreviation of the season.
“Our team is very happy to have the opportunity to return to the stadium, and the WNBA is providing a safe environment for everyone at IMG,” Barber added. “When we bring the game to the living room throughout the state, our incredible fan base will be proud of everything they see.”
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