Earlier tonight, Dish-owned Sling TV reached a deal with ACC Network to carry tonight’s Clemson vs. Georgia Tech game. The game is the first exclusive college football telecast on the recently launched ACC Network. The two sides reached a deal in principle to carry the channel.
Even though it will not be included in the base Sling Orange plan, at $35 a month — Sling Orange + Sports Extra is the least expensive way to stream ACC Network. The channel is also available on Hulu Live TV, PlayStation Vue, and YouTube TV.
Subscribers can also get it as part of their $40 Total TV Bundle which includes Sports Extra, Cloud DVR, and 6 additional Extra packs.
|AT&T TV||fuboTV||Hulu||Philo||Sling TV||YouTube|
|Sign Up||Free Trial||Free Trial||Free Trial||Sign Up||Sign Up|
|US$ 69,99||US$ 64,99||US$ 64,99||US$ 25||US$ 35||US$ 35||US$ 64,99|
|ACC Network||≥ US$ 84,99||•||•||-||^ US$ 11||-||•|
|ACC Network Extra||-||-||•||-||^ US$ 11||-||•|
In a message to subscribers, Dish said:
ESPN and DISH have an agreement in principle to distribute the ACC Network on DISH TV just in time for tonight’s opener between the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and the #1 ranked Clemson Tigers.
Last Thursday, ACC Network (ACCN) became the latest college sports network to launch from a major college conference. ACCN is a collaboration between the ACC and ESPN to bring 24/7 programming on the ACC member schools like Duke, Miami, Clemson, Florida State, Syracuse, and UNC.