I rate ESPN+ a 9.5/10. ESPN+ is a good option if you don't have cable and want to watch sports on the cheap. It doesn't broadcast NBA or NFL games live, but it does broadcast NHL and MLB games and a lot of soccer and many college sports.
Admission to exclusively written material, including in-depth sports analysis and interviews, as well as access to UFC pay-per-view events, are two of ESPN+'s standout features. In addition, if you appreciate reading sports articles, ESPN+ has over 3,000 articles produced by prominent sportswriters.
ESPN+ promotes the "30 for 30" documentary series, which delves into the lives of sports legends and other sports-related tales. In addition, ESPN+ can be packaged with Disney+ and Hulu (or Hulu + Live TV) as one of Disney's three streaming services.
Finally, there is little danger involved in trying out ESPN+ live stream packages. Because the service is billed on a month-to-month basis, there is no contract and no cancellation fees if you decide to discontinue. ESPN Plus provides a wide range of live sports in a low-cost package.
However, the sports behemoth must figure out a means to make it easy to identify and remember when those live events occur.