Sports Illustrated started their own streaming service just last fall. At $5 per month, the service became an exclusive to Amazon Channels. Now, the sports-magazine-turned-entertainment-company is looking to spread its reach.

We can confirm the service will be available soon for streaming on:

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Roku
  • Web Browsers

Sports Illustrated TV’s Head of Programming, Josh Oshinsky, stated to Deadline, 

“As a sports fan, I am excited that there is such a healthy and a lot of different ways to engage with sports content. I don’t think it’s an either-or between ESPN+ or BRLive or us. We do things that they don’t.”

This comment references the new ESPN+ streaming service that just launched at $4.99 per month. Unlike the new Disney-owned service, Sports Illustrated TV will not livestream games. Instead, they will provide original content such as as:

  • The Crossover
  • The Line
  • Planet Futbol
  • Under the Cover
  • We Town

Here is a preview of some of the content you can get on Sports Illustrated TV’s new service: