INTRODUCING: The FloSports Mobile App!


INTRODUCING: The FloSports Mobile App!


Today, FloSports released its brand-new mobile app, enabling fans everywhere to watch live events, access breaking news and articles, and view highlights across its digital sports network. The FloSports iOS app is free to download in the App Store.

The mobile app allows fans to easily swipe between every vertical available on the FloSports network, including basketball, football, wrestling, MMA, track and field, and more. Content includes:

  • Live events (PRO subscribers only)
  • News and highlights
  • Rankings
  • Original documentaries

“The FloSports app is the most convenient way for fans to experience the entire FloSports network whenever and wherever they want,” said Justin Hoyman, FloSports Senior Product Manager, Mobile.  “Fans can set customized preferences for a personalized mobile experience. For die-hard fans who can’t get enough live sports, the FloSports app is a one-stop shop for thousands of live events per year.”

The launch of the FloSports mobile app follows a series of recent announcements, including a multi-year deal with the Big Ten Network to distribute a minimum of 1,000 non-televised Big Ten Conference events annually. In addition, FloSports features live coverage of more than 200 NCAA Division I men’s and women’s basketball games on this season.

FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, partners with event rights holders and governing bodies to unlock a world of sports coverage that true fans have been waiting for. Through live streaming of premier events, original video programming, and weekly studio shows, FloSports is growing the sports, the events, the athletes and the fans. Current verticals under the FloSports header include basketball, MMA, football, wrestling, track and field, gymnastics and more.

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