Você pode transmitir ESPN+ no LG Smart TV?
Como se inscrever e baixar ESPN+ no LG Smart TV
Infelizmente, ESPN+ não está disponível nativamente usando LG Smart TV. ESPN+ pode lançar um aplicativo nativo para LG Smart TV no futuro, mas por enquanto você só pode transmitir usando Apple AirPlay (modelos 2018+ (webOS 4.0+)).
Você ainda pode assinar para ESPN+ e usá-lo em outros dispositivos como Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV e VIZIO Smart TV.
- Clique aqui para se inscrever no ESPN+.
- Instale os Aplicativo do iPhone/iPad do ESPN+.
- Depois de instalado, faça login usando suas credenciais de ESPN+.
- Certifique-se de que seu Smart TV esteja conectado à mesma rede Wi-Fi que seu iPhone/iPad.
- Comece a reproduzir o conteúdo no aplicativo do ESPN+ e selecione o ícone AirPlay.
- Escolha seu LG Smart TV e ele começará a ser exibido em seu Smart TV.
Se você tiver uma TV compatível e não visualizar AirPlay como uma opção, atualize para o firmware mais recente do LG Smart TV.
Como se inscrever para ESPN+ em outros dispositivos de streaming
Se você tiver outros dispositivos, poderá aprender como se inscrever e usar ESPN+ em Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV e VIZIO Smart TV.
Quais recursos estão disponíveis no ESPN+?
Sem controles parentais
Até 5 dispositivos
ESPN+ permite a transmissão simultânea de até 5 dispositivos.
ESPN+ will get no display ads and no pre-rolls ads in video content on the entire ESPN App and website. You will still see ads during natural advertising breaks.
ESPN Insider Recurso
You will get exclusive written insights from analysts like Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, as well as premium Fantasy Tools & PickCenter.
Sports Marketplace Recurso
Subscribers will be able to purchase and watch MLB.TV, NHL.TV, and UFC Fight Pass directly from within the ESPN App.
Nationally Televised Live Sports
ESPN+ provides access to additional games that you wouldn’t normally get including hockey, soccer, boxing, UFC, college sports, and more.
Thousands of live events – including football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, track & field, gymnastics, swimming & diving, lacrosse, wrestling, volleyball, golf and more – from 20 conferences across the country.
NBA G League
Over 200 games per season from the NBA’s official minor league.
Emirates FA Cup
The service will bring 79 FA Cup matches starting in November through the Final match. They will also air the FA Community Shield, annual match between the FA Cup and Premier League winners.
Over 340 matches of Italy’s top soccer league including coverage of Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus. ESPN+ will also carry weekly Series A preview and highlight shows.
Starting in 2019, ESPN+ will be the home to 15 exclusive UFC events branded ESPN+ Fight Night. The will also air new seasons of Dana White’s Contender Series starting in June 2019.
Top Rank Boxing
Hundreds of live boxing matches, including 18 ESPN+ exclusive Top Rank fight cards throughout the year, all Top Rank on ESPN undercard fights, re-airs of all Top Rank on ESPN and Top Rank on ESPN PPV bouts, plus weigh-ins and more.
PGA Tour Golf
50 days of coverage from 20 PGA tour events, including the RBC Heritage, THE PLAYERS Championship, the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, the FedExCup Playoffs and more.
Grand Slam Tennis
Hundreds of men’s and women’s singles, doubles and other matches, from the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open.
Hundreds of Test, ODI and T20 format matches from New Zealand Cricket and Cricket Ireland.
Hundreds of matches from SANZAAR Rugby, the HSBC World Rugby Sevens series, and Major League Rugby.
Canadian Football League
Nearly 200 games from Canada’s professional league.
English Football League
Approximately 200 total matches, including an average of four per week from Sky Bet Championship Playoffs, League 1 and League 2, plus six matches per month from the EFL Cup (beginning in August) and 16 matches per month throughout the EFL 2018-19 season.
UEFA Nations League
Over 100 live matches from the newly created tournament. Pay TV customers with an ESPN+ subscription will be able to access the entire tournament including the 36 UNL matches on ESPN linear networks and ESPN3.
United Soccer League
Approximately 450 USL matches this season.
Out-of-Market Live Sports
ESPN+ provides access to live sports, but not the games that you would normally on ESPN.
A daily game, seven days per week, throughout the regular season, a total of more than 180 games that will include every MLB team.*
A daily game throughout the regular season for a total of more than 180 hockey games — as well as on-demand replays of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The entire MLS LIVE out-of-market schedule with more than 250 games this season, as well as the local-market home for the Chicago Fire, exclusively bringing 23 Fire matches to fans in Chicago.
You won’t get access to live games on ESPN or ESPN2 like Monday Night Football, national NBA and MLB games, UEFA Champions League, and more.
ESPN has started to produce original shows that are available exclusively to ESPN+ subscribers.
For new subscribers, we put together a guide for the best shows and documentaries on ESPN+.
- Always Late w/ Kate Nolan : Daily late night show starring Katie Nolan.
- Detail: Kobe Bryant hosted NBA analysis show
- In the Crease: Nightly NHL highlights show with Barry Melrose & Linda Cohn
- ESPN FC: Daily soccer news and highlights show hosted by Dan Thomas
ESPN+ becomes the only place you can access the entire archive of 30 for 30, as well as exclusive access to the 30 for 30: “The Last Days of Knight.”
You’ll also get access to original shows Draft Academy, an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the 2018 NFL Draft and Quest for the Stanley Cup, a behind-the-scenes documentary of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Additionally, you’ll get on demand access to E:60 and SC Featured, as well as annual recaps of The Masters dating back to 1960.