The Clippers announced that they will be releasing the subscription-available content on October 22nd where they will have more than 70 games available on TV for their followers. Clippervision will have six different channels of live broadcasts, which will include a Spanish language channel. According to the Los Angeles team, ClipperVision “will provide fans with the most advanced technology to improve the live match viewing experience and comment options in other languages.”
Subscribers can stream live games and access their Video On Demand (VOD) library directly at home, online, on their phones, or from their computers and other connected devices without the need for a cable subscription. ClipperVision is powered by the NBA’s new integrated digital platform, which also runs the new league app.
The ClipperVision will retail for $199.99 for the entire season, with 2022-2023 season subscribers getting a limited edition LA Clippers jacket and access to the regular season on Bally Sports+ with team permission. Fans can sign up at clippers.com/clippervision.
One channel, BallerVision, will feature live commentary from basketball personalities including Baron Davis, Paul Pierce and Questin Richardson. Another channel will contain the traditional Clippers games, while another channel will be activated by the team spell. The team will also provide a Korean language channel and a Spanish language channel.
ClipperVision en Español will be hosted by an experienced Francisco X. Rivera. Analyst Roger Valdivieso will occupy the commentary chair along with a long list of guests. ClipperVision en Español is the team’s first direct-to-consumer platform produced specifically for the Spanish speaking audience and will also be available to fans across the United States and internationally on NBA League Pass.
ClipperVision is an expansion of the Clipper CourtVision Beta, which was introduced in 2018 as the first live sports broadcast and won several awards for its innovation.
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