PRESS RELEASE – In advance of its 10th season, the Prospect League unveiled the logo for its newest way for fans to watch games and stay in touch with their favorite teams, Prospect League TV (PLTV). The collegiate wood-bat circuit also laid out viewership packages available through the service.
In January, the Prospect League announced the creation of the subscription-based video service through Stretch Internet that will stream every league game in high definition, live and on-demand, beginning with the upcoming 2018 season. Fans can watch games on computers, tablets and smartphones, as well as on televisions via OTT apps on AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV.
“We are very excited about Prospect League TV launching this season,” said Prospect League commissioner Dennis Bastien. “This new service will allow fans to more fully connect with our teams and players in ways that have never before been possible in our league.”
The new logo will be used to promote the new service online, in print and at ballparks across the league.
In addition to the PLTV logo, the league also laid out the different viewing options available for fans this season:
• PROSPECT LEAGUE DAY PASS $8.99
All league games that originated on a specified date.
• PROSPECT LEAGUE 1st HALF PASS $79.99
All league games that originated on or between May 30 & July 2.
• PROSPECT LEAGUE 2nd HALF PASS $79.99
All league games that originated on or between July 3 & August 4.
• PROSPECT LEAGUE FULL-SEASON $149.99
All league games throughout the season, including playoffs.
• SINGLE TEAM FULL-SEASON $119.99
All games, home and road, for a selected team.
All packages include live and on-demand viewing, as well as any additional content that the league and individual teams may produce.
“Working with all of our teams, the league office and Stretch to make PLTV happen for our tenth season and beyond continues to be exciting. It’s a large step forward for the league in terms of connecting our fans to our teams and players through technology,” said Jacob Wise, Prospect League media and technology director. “PLTV will certainly be something that elevates the profile of the Prospect League.”
More information about Prospect League TV, including the ability to sign up for 2018 packages, will be available on the league’s website, http://www.prospectleague.com in the coming weeks. Once launched, the service will also be able to be accessed by visiting http://www.prospectleague.tv.