Internet OTT sports network NGSN completed its open beta campaign and launched its commercial offering in the US at $8.99 per month.
NGSN started its open beta campaign on March 6, 2015 and has since acquired almost 45,000 beta subscribers.
“We are very satisfied with the result of our beta period,” said CEO Harry van Streun.
“Feedback shows that viewers strongly appreciate the high quality of the HD video streams, the ability to watch on demand and the user-friendly app.”
Since its launch, NGSN has expanded its offering with the Argentine Primera Division, the Benfica home games and the Portuguese Taca da Liga.
NGSN now broadcasts nine leagues and will continue to acquire additional leagues. It expects to announce the acquisition of new leagues in the coming weeks. During the summer NGSN will show friendly games of first class soccer teams.
NGSN has also released Windows versions of their app for smartphones, tablets and PCs. Xbox, Roku and other popular devices and apps are expected to follow in the coming months.
NGSN streams online live and on-demand soccer games of European and South American leagues via the internet and mobile networks. Games can be watched in their entirety or users can view just the highlights or goal clips. All commentary is offered in English or Spanish. Coverage also include game statistics.
Viewers can access the service through Android, iOS and Windows Apps on tablets and smartphones, or through the NGSN.com website with a desktop or laptop computer. Games can also be streamed to a TV with Chromecast or Airplay.
NGSN will soon be available on game consoles such as X-Box, smart TV’s and other Internet connected devices.
NGSN is currently only available in the US but will soon launch in Canada. Other countries will quickly follow thereafter.