Press Release Australian Baseball League
SYDNEY, 28 October – With first pitch just two days away, the Australian Baseball League is revolutionizing the way fans across Australia and around the globe will witness baseball Down Under. The ABL is proud to announce the launch of an all new ABL.tv, the league’s flagship YouTube channel and web streaming platform, and to once again welcome iiNet on board as a streaming partner for select games in the 2014/15 season.
ABL.tv will revolutionise the way Australian Baseball League fans access games. In addition to live streams of dozens of games throughout the season, the ABL’s YouTube channel will featured archived versions of every game played throughout the fixture as well as highlights, features, and more. For the first time, ABL fans will have full YouTube access to multimedia content updated regularly and organised by team, bringing them closer to the action than ever before.Additionally, ABL games will be easily accessible from mobile devices, Apple TV, and other internet-connected consoles. Wherever YouTube is available, ABL.tv is, too. It won’t just be regular season contests on ABL.tv, either. The league’s YouTube home will carry the 2014 Australian Baseball League All-Star Game on 17 December as well as the 2015 ABL Preliminary Final and Championship Series in January and February.
Beyond just ABL.tv, iiNet, Australia’s second-largest internet service provider, is set to partner with the ABL for weekday games throughout the 2014/15 season. Close to 70 games will be streamed on iiNet ahead of weekend showdowns to be carried live on ABL.tv.
TheABL.com.au is supporters’ home for the league’s round-by-round viewing schedule, and fans can also look for stream information on the ABL’s social media outlets on Facebook and Twitter. Stream links will be provided before and during games, and archived versions of each broadcast will be linked once games are completed.