Counter-Strike has always been an integral part of the competitive gaming community, and now it stands to become even more popular as it comes to cable TV.
ELEAGUE full episodes will feature some of the best teams and players in the CS:GO community.
The first season will feature teams from all around the world, including Cloud 9, Renegades, Counter Logic Gaming (CLG), Astralis, Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP), and Mousesports. These teams have all competed in, and won, preliminary competitions in order to make the cut and compete in ELEAGUE.
If you’re wondering how to watch ELEAGUE live stream from home, without cable TV, here are your options:
Watch ELEAGUE Online with Sling TV
Undoubtedly, Sling TV will be the best way to watch ELEAGUE full episodes if you don’t have cable. In fact, Sling is one of the best ways to watch TV in general, and is often our top recommendation for new cord-cutters.
ELEAGUE streaming will appear on TBS, which until recently was only available to cable subscribers. But no longer! TBS is one of the many top-quality channels offered to subscribers by Sling TV. With this service, you’ll be able to watch TBS live, which means you can also watch ELEAGUE live stream! Read more about Sling in our full review.
Sling TV’s basic package costs just $20 per month, and doesn’t require any sort of contract (unlike cable, which can lock you into a contract for 12 months or more). And for that $20 each month, you get a TON of value. Not only can you access ELEAGUE streaming via TBS, you’ll also be able to watch live sports, news, TV shows and more on ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, AMC, A&E, CNN, and many more. Really, it’s like a basic cable package – except it offers better channels, at a lower price, with more flexibility, and no contract… So I guess it’s not all that much like basic cable!
One of the best parts about Sling TV is the variety of ways in which you can watch. You can stream on your computer, switching in between rounds of CS:GO to watch the professionals play. You can stream on your mobile devices wherever you go. And you can stream on your big-screen TV, by using a streaming device. Sling is compatible with Xbox One gaming consoles, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and more. In fact, they’ll even give you a free Roku 2 if you sign up for 3 months of Sling! Lastly, as if $20 a month wasn’t cheap enough, you can save 30% off your Sling TV bill if you’re a T-Mobile subscriber.
For a limited time, you can actually watch ELEAGUE online free with Sling’s free trial. If you’d like to “try before you buy”, you can do that! Click here to start a FREE week of Sling TV!
Enjoy ELEAGUE Streaming with PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is another streaming service that is pretty similar to Sling TV. It’s a bit more expensive at $29.99 a month, but it does offer significantly more channels. Vue will be another good way to watch ELEAGUE online.
PlayStation Vue has several channel packages available. The base package offers more than 50 channels, including TBS (which will host ELEAGUE full episodes). Also included are ESPN, TNT, AMC and many more.
The downside of Vue is that it’s not as flexible in regards to what devices you can use it on. Right now, you’ll need to have a PlayStation 3 or 4 console, an Amazon Fire TV, a Chromecast, or an iPad/iPhone to watch ELEAGUE live stream via PlayStation Vue. And while you can watch on your iPad, mobile viewing outside your home is restricted for more customers. Read more in our PlayStation Vue review.
You can check out ELEAGUE’s official website for more information about the show.
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