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ESPN Plus signed a deal to be the exclusive provider for non national Chicago Fire games. ESPN is becoming active in getting content for this service

https://twitter.com/DannyEcker/status/97...99072?s=19
03-10-2018 08:55 PM
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(03-10-2018 08:55 PM)solohawks Wrote:  ESPN Plus signed a deal to be the exclusive provider for non national Chicago Fire games. ESPN is becoming active in getting content for this service

https://twitter.com/DannyEcker/status/97...99072?s=19


Is the WFL coming back? 05-stirthepot
03-10-2018 11:48 PM
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Interesting development. Not a huge deal but still interesting. The Fire out-of-market games were already going to be on ESPN+ thanks to folding MLS Live into ESPN+, means no local blackouts for Chicago Fire fans who subscribe to ESPN+
03-11-2018 02:13 AM
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