Finding Football Just Got Easier Thanks To Sling TV’s ‘Gamefinder’

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If you’re a Sling TV subscriber, it just got a whole lot easier to tune in to some football action. The company announced this week that they were unveiling a new feature called Gamefinder. As as the name might imply, it makes finding games much more simple than before.

To start using the feature, subscribers just visit Once there, they’ll use the search box to find either their team’s name, city, or even state. The time, date, and channel the game will be airing on will be shown, along with the Sling package needed to watch that game. Users can even find every game available by entering their ZIP code.

So if you know you want to watch football but don’t have a specific game in mind, or you want to find your favorite team and don’t know where to look, Sling TV is your new best friend.

Sure, this feature alone might not be a big deal. But it is just another factor in helping Sling become a haven for football fans who have cut cable. Sling subscribers get every NFL or college football game that’s on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3, with the Sports Extra package just $5 a month more (adding Pac-12 Networks, beIN Sports, ESPNU, SEC Network,┬áSEC Network+, ESPNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, and Stadium.

Adding the Sling Blue subscription makes even more games available thanks to the inclusion of NBCSN, plus Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 matchups on FOX (in certain markets), FS1 and FS2, NFL Network, and NFL games on FOX (in certain markets).

In short, Sling is quickly becoming a premier destination for streaming football games, both professional and college. The best option is to go for both Both Sling Orange and Sling Blue for $40 per month and add the Sports Extras for only $10 more a month more.


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Artie Beaty

Artie Beaty is a freelance writer from North Carolina who follows the world of streaming closely on a daily basis. Contact him at or on Twitter @AboutCharlotte.
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