Android TV joins Samsung as part of LaLigaSportsTV coverage

This latest OTT news comes from La Liga

LaLigaSportsTV is now available to all users who have a Smart TV. The LaLiga OTT, which offers free live coverage of over 30 sports, is already available on Samsung and LG Smart TVs and is now available globally on with Android TV.

Thanks to LaLigaSportsTV, all sports fans who download the app will be able to soak up a range the action from every match-day of the Liga Nacional de Futbol Sala (LNFS – National Futsal League), the Liga ASOBAL (Spain’s premier professional handball league) and the Liga LEB Oro (the second tier of the Spanish basketball league system).

LaLigaSportsTV is not just devoted to domestic sport, however, with international competitions such as the Superbike World Championship starting on 28 February, the European Weightlifting Championships in April, the European Judo Championships in May and the Canoe Sprint World Championships all available, among other competitions and sports.

In addition, LaLigaSportsTV offers the likes of the PREMAAT leagues (men’s and women’s water polo), the Primera Iberdrola and the Division de Honor Masculina de Hockey Hierba (the top flight in field hockey), the Copa de España de Futsal, the handball Copa del Rey and both the LNFS and LEB Oro playoffs.

Besides live tournaments and competitions, LaLigaSportsTV offers on-demand video content, which allows viewers to enjoy the huge range of domestic and international sport whenever they wish.

In order to get to know all the competitions on LaLigaSportsTV, both live and pre-recorded, you can download the app for free on this link. The website version of LaLigaSportsTV is available here.

Where to download and how to watch LaLigaSportsTV

The LaLigaSportsTV app is now available to download for free on Google Play and App Store. The service is accessible from mobiles, tablets, Samsung and LG Smart TVs (LG devices only in Spain), Android TV and mirroring.

Accessing the different channels belonging to the respective federations on the app is available by swiping to reveal the side menu. This will reveal the different categories on offer, as well as information about the content, such as whether it is pre-recorded, highlights or a live broadcast.

About LaLigaSportsTV

LaLigaSportsTV is LaLiga’s OTT service which allows users to follow sport live and for free, across multiples devices, with the aim of offering greater visibility and exposure of Spanish sport. The platform is already available on mobile devices (phones and tablets), Samsung and LG Smart TVs, Android TV, as well as casting devices, such as Chromecast and Apple TV and Samsung. The project allows LaLiga to strengthen its commitment to other sporting federations by helping them build a tailored platform which they can address their fans from, as part of the LaLigaSports framework, which is LaLiga’s project to support Spanish sport. Since 2016, the organisation has been supporting 64 sporting associations and 4,200 high-level athletes, not just through financial aid, but also by using LaLiga’s infrastructure to boost the visibility and development of the Spanish sports industry as a whole.

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