Fans of the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche now have a streaming option for local games. Altitude Sports, the regional sports networks for the two teams, is now streaming on AT&T TV Now. With the update, all regional sports networks are now available on at least one streaming service.
AT&T confirmed that the channel went live on the streaming service Wednesday.
Altitude is available to stream for in-region AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW customers (channel 681) with the Choice package and above for AT&T TV and Max package for AT&T TV NOW, the company told Cord Cutters News.
The AT&T TV Choice package costs $65 per month, plus fees. To get the channel on AT&T TV Now, you’ll need to subscribe to the Max package for $80 per month.
After disputes with Comcast and DISH, Altitude also recently waived exclusivity rights for the NHL and NBA games, agreeing to make the games available for in-market viewers on NBCSN, NHL Network, and CNBC along with being available on those channels nationwide.
“Our fans have been ignored and dismissed by both Comcast and DISH Network continuing to blackout their hometown Network” Altitude President, Matt Hutchings said. “We have never wanted our fans to miss a minute of action during Nuggets and Avalanche playoff runs.”
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