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Little League World Series: Cheapest Way to Stream It All

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It’s time for the 2023 Little League World Series. The boys play August 16th through 27th. Watch every game with Sling TV!

In a hurry? All the boys’ games will air on ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2. The final games of the girls’ event will be on the same channels. Watch it all on Sling TV!

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The Little League World Series is one of the most popular sporting events of the year. It’s been going on since 1947. The Little League Softball World Series featuring the best girls started in 1974.

Little League World Series Channels

The early games of the Little League Softball World Series stream exclusively on ESPN+. But all the boys’ games and the final 8 games of the girls’ will air on these channels:

  • ESPN
  • ESPN2

All these channels are included with Sling Orange.

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Streaming the Little League World Series

Sling TV offers the cheapest way to stream the ESPN channels. It’s Orange plan provides over 30 channels including ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3.

ESPN3 is critically important. For one thing, it isn’t a channel. It’s its own streaming service — normally streaming multiple live sporting events at the same time. It’s especially important for fans of less common sports — especially those in NCAA.

But the most important thing about ESPN3 is that it simulcasts pretty much all ABC Sports presentations. So all the games broadcast on ABC will be found on ESPN3. The only thing you will miss is the local commercials.

Sling Orange is $40.00/mo. But it offers the first month for half off, so you can watch the Little League World Series for just $20.

In addition to the ESPN channels, Sling Orange comes with The Disney Channel, Freeform, and MotorTrend. And it comes with a slate of standard “cable” channels: A&E, AMC, BBC America, BET, CNN, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, Comedy Central, Food Network, HGTV, History Channel, IFC, Investigation Discovery, Lifetime, Nick Jr, TBS, TNT, Travel Channel, and more.

Because of the great deal, Sling Orange limits streaming to a single device. But it supports most devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku. And it supports Android and iOS mobile devices. And it supports many smart TVs including those based on Android TV as well as models from LG, Samsung, and Vizio.

Sling Orange also comes with a cloud DVR featuring 50 hours of storage.

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Why Sling TV?

We’ve highlighted Sling TV’s great price. It is by far the cheapest way to get ESPN and its sister channels. Indeed, it’s roughly half the cost of major competitors Fubo, DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV. But there are many other reasons to choose Sling TV.

The reason we love Sling TV is that it is the only live TV streaming service that isn’t just a duplicate of cable TV. With Sling TV, we get as close to a la carte cable as we probably ever will.

Sling allows subscribers dozens of individual channel add-ons as well as channel collections. You start with a base subscription and add the channels you want. With Sling, there is no fluff. You get the channels you actually watch and not a bunch of channels you need to page through to find what’s worth watching.

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Little League World Series: Upcoming Games

Here are the upcoming games of both the girls’ and boys’ events:

Saturday, August 26

  1. : International Championship: Asia-Pacific vs Curaçao (ABC)
  2. : U.S. Championship: Southwest vs West (ABC)

Sunday, August 27

  1. : Consolation Game: Asia-Pacific vs Southwest (ESPN)
  2. : World Series Championship: Curaçao vs West (ABC)

Wrapping Up

Sling TV is a great streaming service and especially so for watching the Little League World Series. Sign up now for half-price so you don’t miss a minute of the action!

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Image cropped from 2007 Little League World Series by Ruhrfisch under CC BY-SA 3.0.

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