Some of the world’s premier broadcasters have adopted to the growing market of online sports coverage.

Broadcasting powerhouses such as FoxSports, ESPN, SkySports, to name a few, have received the rights from several sporting federations to streaming live sporting events via Internet/Broadband and mobile setups.

In the US, ESPN is the premier broadcaster for college sports and American pro-sports such as NBA basketball, hockey, tennis, among other sports.

With the level of traffic in these areas hitting high standards, the launching of a new look ESPN 3 (formerly ESPN360) was introduced to expand sports coverage.

At the moment, ESPN3.com offers an extensive and exclusive  schedule, which includes competition such as English Premier League, LA Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and International games.

To access the website you need to subscribe to an eligible residential Internet service provider, which will check for qualifications when you visit the website.

Live streaming is also available through the WatchESPN App, and live streaming access can be watched on several electronic Tablets, such as Ipads, Iphones and any other smart phones.

Besides ESPN, there are also others eligible companies that have the rights to stream sporting events. FoxSoccer2Go, Fox Sports GO and beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A. List below:

Others include FoxSports.tv, UEFA and British powerhouses ITV, BBC and SkySports. All these websites have can provide you all the necessary information needed to receive quality services online.

If you are tired of streaming on your computer or phone, or you just want to make the switch to you big screen TV, then there are several platform to choose from.

Leading the way at the moment are Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, Google Nexus Player, Chromecast, Western Digital WD TV and Matricom G-Box Midnight MX — just to name a few.

Please remember these channels need some kind of subscription, which are also outlined in you internet or TV deals.