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Liv Golf Launches New Live-streaming App and Website

ST ALBANS, ENGLAND - JUNE 08: General view on the 18th green ahead of the LIV Golf Invitational at The Centurion Club on June 08, 2022 in St Albans, England. (Photo by Chris Trotman/LIV Golf/Getty Images)

LIV Golf has launched a new app and global live-streaming website that will enable people to watch its events live and on-demand from more than 180 countries around the world.

LIV Golf Plus and LIVGolfPlus.com, the league’s new app and global streaming site, will go live for all 14 scheduled events for the 2023 LIV Golf League’s season, starting at the LIV Golf Mayakoba, which takes place in Mexico from February 24-26.

LIV Golf Plus is available free to download on a variety of media platforms, including iOS, Android, Apple TV and FireTV. LIV Golf League broadcasts will also be available on LIVGolfPlus.com.

LIV Golf signed a terrestrial TV broadcast agreement with US cable channel The CW Network last month, but that coverage will only be aired in the US.

Last season, viewers were restricted to watching LIV Golf events on YouTube and through LIV Golf.com.

“The introduction of the LIV Golf Plus streaming app ensures fans around the world will receive direct access to live and on-demand coverage of our league’s ground-breaking launch,” said Will Staeger, LIV Golf Chief Media Officer. “In keeping with the content distribution strategy of other major sports leagues, the LIV Golf Plus streaming app allows more access to our content from more places for more people, spanning the traditional golf consumer to the casual sports and entertainment viewer discovering golf for the first time.

“We are thrilled to bring our innovative coverage of the game’s biggest stars including Cam Smith, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson to the sport’s global fanbase and are excited to grow our content offering on LIV Golf Plus in the coming seasons to drive deeper connections between viewers and our athletes in every corner of the world.”

LIV Golf’s broadcast team includes Arlo White, David Feherty, Jerry Foltz, Su-Ann Heng, Dom Boulet and Troy Mullins.

source: golfbusinessnews