Best Sports Streaming Services for PC in 2022

edited August 2023 in Lifestyle

It’s no secret that cord-cutting has become the new norm. In just a few years between 2019 and 2021, major cable providers collectively lost 18 million customers—with a total of 25 million lost since 2012. 

In the face of this enormous shift from cable to streaming, households are also turning to sports streaming services to watch their favorite games. But with a dense market, determining which is the best sports streaming for your home can be overwhelming.  

Here’s a look at why it’s time to make the switch to sports streaming and which services offer the best options: 

Why You Need a Sports Streaming Service 

For sports fans, one of the biggest draws of cutting the cord is accessibility. With sports streaming services, you’re no longer restricted to your television. Instead, you can keep up with the action of your favorite teams and players pretty much anywhere you have an Internet connection. A lot of sports streaming services also offer perks like access to articles, reporting, and live games. 

This comes with a caveat, however. Because of rights agreements, most live TV streaming services don’t carry all of the Regional Sports Networks (RSNs). This can make finding the right sports streaming service for your household feel like a complicated puzzle. 

Whether you’re into hockey, tennis, soccer, or all of the above, here are some of the best sports streaming for PC in 2022: 

1) ESPN+ 

It’s hard to talk about sports streaming without mentioning ESPN+.  

For the sports fan who loves it all, ESPN+ gives you a little bit of everything with a total of 15 different sports available for streaming, including hockey, tennis, baseball, soccer, and more. Particularly, ESPN+ covers a lot of soccer matches, even hosting LaLiga games from Spain and Bundesliga from Germany.  

You can also catch certain out-of-market Major League baseball games (along with the Little League World Series), as well as archives of classic MLB games. Select UFC matches are available, too, although you’ll have to pay for many on pay-per-view). 

As a bonus, ESPN+ removes the paywall on its website for subscribers, unlocking access to exclusive articles and reporting. ESPN+ also stands out from the crowd by offering its own original shows, including Peyton’s Places and Man in the Arena: Tom Brady. 


  • $9.99 per month 
  • $99.99 per year 
  • Bundle with Disney+ and Hulu for $13.99 per month 

2) Dazn 

If you’re a boxing and MMA fan, then Dazn is your best bet for sports streaming.  

While other streaming services may offer access to certain boxing or MMA matches, they’re often only available with an additional pay-per-view fee. With Dazn, however, you get exclusive access to boxing and MMA broadcasts that you won’t find anywhere else. Plus, you can even dive into Dazn’s list of available replays so you never have to miss a match.  

Finding what you need is easy. Dazn displays upcoming events and features for both individual competitions and fighters. You can also browse what’s new from specific leagues and promoters. 

The biggest drawback with Dazn is its lack of diversity. If you’re interested in watching a wide array of sports, you’ll find this streaming service lacking, as it simply can’t compete with the 15 different sports covered by ESPN+, for example. 


  • $19.99 per month 
  • $149.99 per year. 


3) FuboTV 

While FuboTV may be one of the more expensive sports streaming services in the lineup, it’s also one of the most content-rich.  

Offering access to 12 RSNs, even the lowest tier of FuboTV unlocks access to some impressive streaming capabilities. For instance, with the Pro tier, you can browse 132 different channels to see more than 100 different sporting events—from NFL, NBA, and MLB to NHL, NASCAR, MLS, golf, tennis, and more. With FuboTV, it’s about more than just sports; you can also watch news and your favorite television shows across staple channels like ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CNBC, TLC. 

With access to so many different games, you can’t possibly watch everything at once. That’s why FuboTV also gives you Cloud DVR storage where you can hold 1,000 hours of your must-watch games and content.  


  • Pro: $69.99 per month 
  • Elite: $79.99 per month 
  • Ultimate: $99.99 per month 
  • Latino: $33 per month 

4) YouTube TV 

Another good option for big households who are looking to combine the best sports streaming with other content needs is YouTube TV. 

With access to four RSNs, the standard package will give you the power to stream pretty much any league channel, e.g., the NFL Network, NBA TV, and the MLB Network. (Note: One big player that’s missing is the NHL network.) But you can level up to get more content with the Sports Plus Add-On. For an extra $11 per month, you’ll unlock access to Fox Soccer Plus, the NFL Red Zone, and other sports-fans goodies.  

Another highlight of YouTube TV is found in its mobile app. If you’re streaming your favorite teams on the go, you can also check out live player stats and highlights as you watch within the app. 


  • Base Plan: $64.99 per month 
  • Spanish Plan: $35.99 per month 

5) Hulu + Live TV 

Finally, Hulu + Live TV stands out as perhaps the best sports streaming service for the casual sports fan.  

At first glance, Hulu + Live TV may seem to lack a lot of the major league-owned channels, as it only clocks about 75 live channels. Still, this is enough to give you access to an array of sport games, from basketball to baseball, football, and more.  

And what Hulu + Live TV misses on its own, it makes up for in partnerships. When you subscribe to Hulu + Live TV, you’ll also get access to not only ESPN+ but Disney+, too, making it a solid choice for a family household.  

This sports streaming service also gives you an unlimited DVR so you can record and save as many live shows as you want to watch later. 


  • Hulu + Live TV now with Disney+ and ESPN+: $69.99 per month 
  • Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV now with Disney+ and ESPN+: $75.99 per month 

Whether you’re an avid sports enthusiast who never misses a game or you’re a casual fan who wants to watch a little bit of everything, there’s a way to get it all on your PC when you select one of these sports streaming services. 

*The opinions reflected in this article are the sole opinions of the author and do not reflect any official positions or claims by Acer Inc.

About Dan VanPatten: Dan is a full-time technology writer with interests in gaming, gadgetry, and all things PC tech related. He writes about a variety of topics including technology news, product reviews, and software. His experience stems from years of experience writing & producing content for technology newsletters & publications.



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