So, what is a Hokie? If you’re asking that question, this might not be the page for you. Real fans know that the true definition is a loyal Virginia Tech Fan. And Hokies don’t intend to miss a single football game this season. If you’ve cut the cord, you may be concerned about missing out on the Virginia Tech Football live stream this season. But you don’t have to be worried. Here are our recommendations for watching at home and on the go.
Watch the Virginia Tech Football Live Stream on Sling TV
Our best suggestion to watch most of the Virginia Tech football stream live is Sling TV. Along with a lot of amazing pay TV networks, you’ll also get ESPN, ESPN2, and access to ESPN3. With ESPN3, you’ll also be able to stream any games airing on ABC as well. This will allow you to watch any Virginia Tech football game streams live across these networks.
Sling TV is only $20 per month with no contract, so it is super affordable. It is also super accessible since it works across a wide variety of platforms. You can stream to your computer, mobile devices, Amazon TV, Xbox, Chromecast, and more. They also often have special deals on Roku or Apple TV players, so click for details.
Watch Virginia Tech Football Online with PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue, Sony’s competition for Dish Network’s Sling TV, is another great option to consider. They also have ESPN, so you’ll be able to watch Virginia Tech football online with this platform. If you want to know more about Vue before buying, here’s our review.
There are some big differences, though. PlayStation Vue is more expensive, starting at $30 to $40 per month depending on your location. And, speaking of your location, your service will be tied to your home network so, even if you have the mobile app, content will be limited while you’re away from home.
Get an Antenna to Watch the Virginia Tech Stream Live at Home
Some Hokie games will air on broadcast channels, like ABC. So if you’re in the region, you have another option to watch free. With a one-time-only investment, you can use a digital antenna to watch the game at home right when it airs. Here’s what we know about buying an antenna.
You can also pair that antenna with a device called an over-the-air DVR. We all know DVRs can record live TV so you can watch later, but did you also know that these devices allow you to stream the live broadcast directly to any connected device so you can watch even when you’re not at home? That’s amazing!
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