Having trouble watching Mavs games? Mark Cuban intends to cut the price of streaming Bally Sports Southwest


Frustrated with the lack of streaming options that the Mavericks games offer on BallySports Southwest?

Mark Cuban wants to help.

Cuban is working on a program that would give Mavericks fans a $ 50 credit each season month to DirecTV Stream to lower the cost of the only streaming platform that offers Bally Sports Southwest, he said. The morning news from Dallas.

The Mavericks owner is still working on the details, but he said the franchise will first offer the option to season ticket holders and then expand registrations to the first 10,000 fans in total.

The team’s streaming limitations are not unique to regional NBA sports networks, but they have drawn the wrath of fans without widespread access to Mavericks games since the 2019-20 season.

DirecTV Stream – which starts at $ 84.99 per month for plans that include regional sports networks – is the only streaming platform that features Bally Sports Southwest, the local provider of Mavericks, Stars and Rangers games.

Since Sinclair bought regional networks Fox Sports in August 2019, YouTube TV, Hulu, Sling TV, and FuboTV have not.

Cuba’s plan would reduce the monthly cost to around $ 35, not including fees.

Bally Sports Southwest is also available through cable companies Spectrum, DirecTV, Suddenlink and Grande Communications, and the Mavericks are expected to play at least 25 more games on national television during the regular season.

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