We wanted to let you know that we updated this post on April 13 to help clarify the difference between streaming on Rogers Anyplace TV on your computer and the Rogers Live Mobile app on your smartphone. We also added some new information about a great new promotion offering unlimited hours of viewing on the Rogers Live Mobile app until October 31, 2012.
This year everyone has their eyes on the Blue Jays—with a fantastic pre-season record and optimism that only Spring can bring, fans across the country are gearing up for this year’s baseball season.
And now, if you’re a Rogers Digital VIP TV customer with a Sportsnet subscription, you can stream all 162 Jays games at home, at work and on the go, with Rogers Anyplace TV.com/sports on your computer
Rogers Wireless customers coast to coast can download the Rogers Live Mobile app to stream Blue Jays games on their smartphones.
Just picture it: a beautiful Sunday afternoon. You’re watching the Jays game at home, getting ready to head over to a family picnic. Game goes into extra innings. All of a sudden bases are loaded, and Jays are down by 2…but you have to leave! Mom is calling—you were supposed to bring the cutlery! This year there’s no reason to stress. You can walk down to the park, streaming the last few innings live on your smartphone with ease.
Did you know that west coast fans have the added benefit of catching the game, how shall I say it—at work? With over half of the Jays regular season games starting between 9am and 5pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) it’s never been easier for Blue Jays fans across the country to catch all the action.
How it works:
Rogers Live Mobile app:
- The app is available on Rogers smartphones through iTunes, Google Play and BlackBerry App World.
- For $5/month, Rogers wireless customers can enjoy unlimited hours of viewing until October 31st, after which, users can stream 5 hours per month, with $1 per each additional hour.
Rogers AnyplaceTV.com/sports on your computer:
- Rogers Digital VIP TV customers who subscribe to Sportsnet and Sportsnet ONE can stream live from their computer at RogersAnyplaceTV.com/sports
- (Streaming on tablets coming soon later this month)
Visit RogersAnyplaceTV.com/sports for more information
For the truly die-hard Jays fans, here’s how to add their schedule to your Google calendar:
- First, you’ll want to sign up for a Google account if you don’t already have one.
- Once logged in, you’ll see “Calendar” as one of your options to view in the top left hand corner. Select it, and scroll to the bottom left hand menu where you will see “Other Calendars.”
- Click “Add,” then “Browse Interesting Calendars.” Here you’ll find calendars for hundreds of teams in dozens of sports leagues, including the Blue Jays.
- Simply “subscribe” to your teams of choice and you’re done!
Where do you think you’ll find yourself watching the Jays this season?
UPDATE: (May 4, 2012, 5:30 p.m): If you’re interested in live-streaming Sportsnet coverage of the Toronto Blue Jays on your iPad, now you can with the MLB.com Full Count app – now available on iTunes. Rogers TV customers who subscribe to Sportsnet and Sportsnet ONE can watch live games using their Rogers Anyplace TV log-in. And the best part…the app is free! Now you can catch the Blue Jays live all-season long on your iPad. And don’t forget you can also catch the Jays on your smartphone and computer. Visit RogersAnyplaceTV.com/sports for more details.
Kaili is a regular contributor to RedBoard