WCHA.tv single-game and season passes for 2017-18 on sale now


WCHA.tv single-game and season passes for 2017-18 on sale now
  1. WCHA.tv single-game and season passes for 2017-18 on sale now
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    Fans of the men’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association can watch the league and their favorite team, live or on-demand, via WCHA.tv – the Association’s official online streaming platform. In partnership with Stretch Internet, WCHA.tv provides fans with HD broadcasts on multiple platforms, including TV-connected devices via custom apps on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV…
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BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- For as low as 60¢ per game for the 2017-18 season, fans of the men’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) can watch the league and their favorite team, live or on-demand, via WCHA.tv – the Association’s official online streaming platform. In partnership with industry leader Stretch Internet, WCHA.tv provides fans with high-quality, HD broadcasts (when available from the originating arena) on multiple platforms, including – new for this season – TV-connected devices via custom apps on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV.

WCHA.tv is the exclusive home for up to 182 games featuring WCHA schools during the 2017-18 college hockey season. Fans are treated to a responsive viewing experience customized for their medium of choice (computer, tablet, phone or OTT app), while certain subscription packages provide multiple screen layout options for desktop users (including picture-in-picture, multi-view format to watch up to four games simultaneously and full-screen video).

“As the digital world continues to evolve, and with it our fans’ viewing preferences, we are pleased to enhance the WCHA.tv product in significant ways,” said WCHA President and Men’s League Commissioner Bill Robertson. “The addition of OTT apps, along with continuing to provide flexible subscription offerings, allows our fans to engage with WCHA video content wherever they may be, and whenever and however they want.”

Live and archived game broadcasts, from the season’s opening face-off through the Broadmoor Trophy championship game, are available through the following WCHA.tv subscription packages:

  • WCHA Season Pass ($104.99) – For as low as 60¢ per game, fans receive live and archived access to a minimum of 176 and a maximum of 182 WCHA games, including: Every WCHA regular season league game, along with each team’s nonconference home contests (exhibition games are up to the school’s discretion to broadcast), AND the entire 2018 WCHA Tournament.
  • Single-team Season Pass ($89.99) – For fans who only want to watch their favorite team, this package delivers live and archived coverage for the selected school’s nonconference home games, all WCHA regular season league contests (home and away), AND each of that specific team’s potential 2018 league postseason games (home and away). Note: Picture-in-picture and multi-view format are not available for this package.
  • Single-team Road Pass ($44.99) – For season-ticket holders or other fans who attend a majority of home games, this package delivers all 14 of their favorite team’s WCHA regular season league road games (live and archived). Note: Picture-in-picture and multi-view format are not available for this package; does NOT include potential 2018 WCHA Tournament games.
  • WCHA Monthly Pass ($24.99) – Fans receive live and archived access to every WCHA regular season league game, along with each team’s nonconference home contests, for an entire calendar month.
  • Single-team Monthly Pass ($19.99) – Fans receive live and archived access to all their favorite team’s WCHA regular season league games (home and away) and nonconference home games for an entire calendar month.
  • League-wide Nightly Pass ($9.99) – Fans can watch live broadcasts of every game played in a WCHA arena that night, up to five games spanning three time zones.
  • Single-team Nightly Pass ($8.99) – Fans can watch their favorite team play at home (WCHA or nonconference) or on the road (WCHA games only) with this one-team, one-game price.

“We’re excited for our third year with the WCHA,” said Stretch Internet President & CEO Ryan Ermeling. “We’ve already seen tremendous growth year-over-year and we’re confident…

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