A recent report on sports games from the Globe And Magazine highlights some of the frustrations some people have had when they want to watch their favourite games on their devices, but they’re unable to.
It’s a common gripe when you want to stream or stream multiple games at once, or to switch between a handful of devices.
It can be frustrating to watch games that you know you won’t be able to watch in a timely manner.
So the Globe and Magazine is calling on the NHL to introduce a solution for these folks.
This is a key issue that is affecting fans everywhere, and we think it’s time to do something about it.
The NHL’s solution for this problem is a solution that lets fans watch all their favourite sports games on mobile.
“The NHL is taking this issue seriously and is working on a solution to allow fans to watch all the games they want on their smart devices without any restriction,” said NHL spokesperson John Shannon.
“We’re working closely with the industry and our teams to develop a solution as soon as possible.”
That means allowing fans to stream all their games to their devices with no restrictions at all, or they can choose to only stream games that they have an active subscription to, or only watch the games on those devices that they’re on at the time of the game.
The league is also working with major sports broadcasters and the sports leagues of the United States and Canada to provide this service.
“This solution is a great first step toward enabling fans to enjoy the games in any way they want, anytime, anywhere,” said Shannon.
That means if you’re playing a game, you can choose the number of players and teams, and you can set the screen size to whatever you want.
If you’re watching a hockey game on the fly, you don’t have to worry about your phone being too small to read on your phone.
“If you’re on the road, you could go to a game and choose the size and refresh rate to your liking,” said Mike O’Leary, president and chief operating officer of the NHL Players’ Association.
“You could go from an old school hockey experience, where you had to take your phone out and scroll through all the scores, to an HD experience with your tablet or laptop, where there’s no limit to how many you can watch.”
If you don, the league is working with TV providers to let you stream the games, or you can use the mobile apps from your favourite mobile video game.
There’s a whole lot of flexibility here, and the NHL is also encouraging consumers to use this service with friends and family.
“It’s a great way to enjoy sports and it’s a wonderful way to bring friends and families together,” said O’Reilly.
“I think people are going to enjoy watching games with family and friends.
They’re going to appreciate it when they have the opportunity to see their favourite teams on their mobile devices.”
And for the more hardcore sports fans, the service is also ideal for streaming highlights from a game or two on the way home from work.
For now, the NHL will only be launching this as a service for select teams, so it may not be available to everyone who needs it.
However, the NFL, NBA, NHL, NHLPA and NHL.com are all part of the consortium that is developing this solution.
The teams are also working closely together to ensure that the technology is in place and is ready to roll in the coming months.
This includes developing a standardized app that will allow fans with multiple devices to access all of their favourite team content.
The team behind the solution also said that the NFL will continue to work with the NHLPA on developing and delivering the service.