Contract dispute leads to discontinuation of Comcast’s Xfinity MSG network just as NBA and NHL seasons begin
Sports fans in Connecticut, New Jersey and parts of New York may need to find a new place to watch NBA and NHL games live after Comcast’s Xfinity made the decision not to. renew its agreement with MSG Networks.
Xfinity said he was unable to reach an agreement with MSG and MSG + before the current agreement expired on Thursday, September 30.
For those who wish to continue watching New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils games, the company said some of the contests will be available on TBS and ESPN.
“Nationally televised Knicks games will be on ESPN and TNT. MSG / MSG + are available on Fubo. Please check your local listings for games that may air in your area,” added Xfinity.
MSG Networks called the situation “deeply disappointing” in a recently released statement. declaration.
As fans eagerly await the start of the NBA and NHL seasons, Comcast has ditched MSG Networks in an attempt to force us to agree to terms they would never agree to for their own regional sports networks, including including SNY in New York, “MSG Networks said,” They have rejected proposals that are consistent with their current agreement and the agreements we have with other major providers, as well as our offer to keep our programming on the air as required. existing conditions so that we can continue to work on a longer term agreement. “
MSG Networks urges customers to visit this website “to request access to their teams and learn how to switch to a vendor that carries MSG Networks in their region.”
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