FloSports — a subscription-based streaming network of 12 sites focused on niche sports like track and field, volleyball and even Brazilian jiu-jitsu — has announced new apps available on the Apple TV and Roku platforms that will give consumers direct access to its live events, documentaries, studio shows, highlights and other original video content across its network of sites.
The FloSports apps are free to download and include both free and premium content. Existing FloPRO subscribers on any FloSports website can view premium content with their existing log-in information, while new users can purchase FloPRO subscriptions via in-app purchases. Yearly subscribers to any FloSports website have universal access to premium content network-wide.
Covering a range of sports from track & field to fastpitch softball, FloSports is adding 2-4 new sports to its network each quarter. Recent launches include FloKO, an eSports site dedicated to fighting games, and FloMarching, which encompasses the world of competitive marching bands, drum corps, indoor marching and more.
About 60 to 70% of FloSports’ library — which includes breaking news, short highlights and studio shows — is available for free. Live competitions and documentaries are behind the paywall, which is priced at $20 per month or $150 per year.