Indiana Fever reaffirm plan to stream team’s games for free during 2020 season
When the WNBA revealed its plan for a shortened season in mid-June, the Indiana Fever announced that the team would offer free streams of its game. The Connecticut Sun also indicated that the team would continue its partnership with regional broadcaster NESN to broadcast Sun games. The exact schedule for the WNBA season has not been released nor the details of any national broadcast plans. The Fever released a statement today, reaffirming its commitment to offering fans a free streaming option.
With the start of the regular season expected later this July, fans in all 92 counties in Indiana will be able to stream every Fever game for free from the comfort of their own home.
“While we can’t bring fans to our games during these unprecedented times, we are doing the next best thing and taking our exciting brand of basketball into Hoosier homes all across the state at no cost to fans. With only 22 regular season games scheduled for this season, every single one is going to be critical as we fight to return to postseason play,” Fever President Dr. Allison Barber said.
Players, coaches and staff will arrive at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida soon. All 12 Indiana Fever players are planning to join the team for the abbreviated season.
“Our team is excited about the opportunity to be back on the court, and the WNBA is providing a safe and secure environment for everyone at IMG,” Barber added. “Our incredible fanbase will be proud of what they see when we take our games right into living rooms throughout the entire state.”