Bringing Gaelic Games to fans worldwide, the GAA and RTÉ recently launched GAAGO, the new subscription-based online streaming service, offering live and on-demand GAA games to audiences worldwide, outside of Ireland, starting with the 2014 GAA Championships. Subscribers will be able to view the games online on any internet-enabled device including mobile phones, tablet devices and laptops.
From mid-June the best way to follow this summer’s GAA Championship action at the most affordable price is to sign up for the GAAGO Season Pass, which provides you with premium quality streaming access to all televised matches both live and later.
Worldwide (excluding Island of Ireland and Great Britain) a Season Pass, which allows you to watch all 45 televised games broadcast by RTÉ and Sky Sports, costs just €110.
In Great Britain a 25-game GB Pass costs €60, as the 20 games shown by Sky Sports will not be available on GAAGO in that region.
Pay-per-game priced at €10 will also be available to purchase. For the quarter-final, semi-final and final stages of the All-Ireland Championships the pay-per-game price is €14.
Subscriptions for GAAGO will be available to purchase on www.gaago.ie in the lead up to the first game being streamed on GAAGO in mid-June.
Until then, RTÉ Player www.rte.ie/player will provide free worldwide streaming of GAA Championship matches, to include RTÉ’s and Sky’s coverage. Sky-broadcast games will not be available on the RTÉ Player for audiences in Great Britain or the Island of Ireland.
All games will be streamed in high-quality HD and will include full commentary, scores, and studio programming as broadcast to audiences in Ireland. For all audiences worldwide, RTÉ’s The Sunday Game highlights programme will continue to be available to view for free on RTÉ Player.
For further information on the new GAAGO service, you can sign up for the GAAGO newsletter by visiting www.gaago.ie.
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