Last year it was announced that the ACC Conference planned to launch a new 24/7 sports network called the ACC Network. Now we know that YouTube TV will offer the ACC Network when it launches later this month. YouTube TV joins Hulu and PlayStation Vue as the only services to offer the ACC Network when it launches on August 22, according to the ACC Network’s official website.
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— YouTube TV (@YouTubeTV) August 7, 2019
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“ESPN and the ACC bring you ACCN—24/7 coverage of the conference where 15 championship-winning programs call home. Enjoy live games, inside access, original content, and analysis of the ACC all year long. ACCN is coming to TV, computer, and mobile screens,” the ACC Network said in a statement on their website.
The new channel won’t launch until August 22, so it is likely that other live TV streaming services could add the ACC Network before this launch. As of today, the ACC Network has announced that DIRECTV, Google Fiber, Hulu Live TV, Layer3 TV, Optimum, YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, Suddenlink, and Verizon Fios will carry the ACC Network. (Currently, only DIRECTV is listed not DIRECTV NOW.) You can check the ACC Network website HERE to see if your streaming service is added in the future.
The good news is we now know the date that the ACC Network will launch and what services cord cutters can use to watch their favorite ACC teams. If you find any other streaming services have added the ACC Network, please use the Contact Us button to let us know.
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