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Want to watch the WNBA? This is how all the action is broadcast this summer

Team Chicago Sky have entered the season as the reigning champions and are looking to become only the third team to achieve consecutive wins.

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Another exciting season of the WNBA is in full swing. The league comes in its most-watched 2021 season since 2008. Chicago Sky entered the season as the reigning champions and are looking to become the third team to achieve consecutive wins. And outside of Windy City, Connecticut Sun and 2021 MVP Jonquel Jones will be hoping to rebound after falling through the sky in last year’s qualifiers. Don’t count the Las Vegas Aces either — who lead the league in scoring — or Breanna Stewart and Seattle Storm, a team that has won two championships in the past four years.

This is a chance to be one of the closest WNBA playoffs in recent memory — and if you’ve been trying to sink your teeth into women’s basketball, you’ll definitely want to be able to set all the action this season. This is how you can do it.

WNBA League Pass: $24.99 for the entire season with a seven-day free trial

You won’t find a better deal for streaming the league across all American sports than the one offered by the WNBA. League Pass will stream 130 live regular season games this year. While there are local blackouts, the WNBA League Pass lets you watch the game on a blackout market just hours after it airs, which is a rare feature.

If you’re trying to acclimate more to the WNBA, you can study as League Pass brings you back to gaming from six years ago. Getting to know your favorite teams becomes easier when you can research their history.

Learn more: WNBA League Pass $24.99 for the entire season and a seven-day free trial

Amazon Prime and Prime Video: $8.99 per month for Prime Video, $14.99 per month for Amazon Prime with a 30-day free trial

The WNBA and Amazon started a new partnership last year, and if you already have a Prime subscription, you’re ready to watch certain WNBA games. The Storm recently announced a partnership with Amazon (which will stream 30 of its games) and there will be 17 televised games nationally through its service. You have the option to go month to month with Prime Video and you can check the schedule in advance to catch your favorite team.

Learn more: Amazon Prime and Prime Video: $8.99 per month for Prime Video, $14.99 per month for Amazon Prime with a 30-day free trial

YouTube TV: $64.99 per month with a 2-week free trial

There’s plenty of guidance to go where to get all of the nationally televised WNBA games, but for basketball fans, YouTube TV also includes NBA TV — which will broadcast 46 games this season. Without any extras, you also get ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC. You can also record games using the service’s unlimited DVR space, and have three people use the service simultaneously — and the interface is fan-friendly.

Learn more: YouTube TV: $64.99 per month with a 2-week free trial

Twitter And Facebook: free

The WNBA has gotten creative by partnering with streaming services that are more accessible and affordable than other shows. Twitter will broadcast 16 WNBA games this season while Facebook plans to broadcast 44 games. Simply subscribing to either service will get you a huge chunk of the WNBA season at an unbeatable price Free.

Once you subscribe to Twitter services, there is a fun element to their broadcast that makes the fan experience even better. Throughout the game, if you use the hashtag for that specific match, your tweet may flash on the screen, allowing you to interact with other WNBA fans.

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