WHL Extends Agreement with Endeavor Streaming; WHL Live Packages Now Available for 2019-20
September 17, 2019 - Western Hockey League (WHL) News Release
Calgary, Alta. - The Western Hockey League announced today the WHL and Endeavor Streaming (formerly NeuLion) have extended their current internet streaming agreement through the 2019-20 season. Additionally, WHL Live packages for the 2019-20 season are now available at reduced prices, including a brand-new monthly subscription option for fans.
Powered by Endeavor Streaming, WHL Live provides coverage of all 22 WHL teams and will deliver all 748 games through the 2019-20 WHL Regular Season, which begins Friday, September 20. WHL Live will also deliver all games throughout the 2020 WHL Playoffs, which begins Friday, March 27, 2020.
WHL Live is the only way to watch WHL hockey from the comfort of your own home. Take in the next generation of young stars as they pursue major junior hockey glory and the Ed Chynoweth Cup.
The WHL and Endeavor Streaming have come together to once again offer a wide range of package options, all at new lower prices for the 2019-20 season, to suit the needs of all WHL fans. The brand-new monthly subscription package offers fans complete access to every WHL game over a 30-day period with the flexibility to start your subscription whenever is most convenient for you. The season-long all-access package provides great value with the opportunity to take in all 748 WHL Regular Season contests for only $0.24 per game. Visit WHLLive.com for complete package and pricing information.
WHL Live Package Pricing
Monthly All-Access - $39.99 per month (30-day period, auto-renews)
Team Away - $69.99
Team Home & Away - $149.99
All-Access - $179.99
*All prices in Canadian dollars
WHL fans will continue to enjoy the WHL Live platform, which gives viewers the opportunity to watch up to four games at once with picture-in-picture and quad-view options, along with the ability to choose between the home or away audio feed. WHL Live is also available for the iPhone, iPad, Android Smartphone, and Android Tablet through the WHL Live mobile app.
Customer support is once again available for fans via the live support chat option, accessible directly through the WHL Live site. The live support chat connects viewers to a customer support team member to resolve any issues.
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