KINGSTON, Jamaica:When the first ball is served at the start of the US Open tennis tournament today, sports fans in Jamaica will have behind-the-scenes access to that and other sporting events for three days on ESPN Play, available exclusively via the Flow network.
Starting today through to Wednesday, August 28, Flow is giving sports fans free access to watch live and delayed matches from the US Open as well as other popular sports including European football and basketball while on the go, wherever there is Internet access, on any PC, iPhone, iPod or iPad.
This special limited-time offer is extended to every Flow customer who will be able to enjoy the diverse range of sports programming without having to go through any special registration or sign-up process. Access to ESPN Play is gained simply by clicking or visiting the following URL: http://espni.go.com/player/video/flow/index.htm.
Donovan White, vice-president of marketing and sales at Columbus Communications, operators of Flow, said that the offer is another fulfilment of the company's commitment to always provide more value for customers.
"It is important to us to ensure that we deliver more value to our customers and use our technology to enable consumers to enjoy the things that they are passionate about. ESPN Play is the first of our FlowToGo services that enables our customers to take and enjoy their Flow cable-TV service while on the move," he said.
With ESPN Play, sports fans never have to miss any of the action in their favourite sports as they can enjoy games and events on their laptops and other Apple devices via the FlowToGo platform. Sports events that are broadcast on ESPN Play include cricket, football, baseball, golf, basketball, tennis, boxing, and much more.