Suddenlink and ESPN today announced an agreement giving Suddenlink’s high-speed Internet customers free access to ESPN360.com.

ESPN.com is the networks 24/7 broadband sports network that offers more than 3,500 live, global sports events annually. It features live online sports coverage from a broad array of global events including, but not limited to: basketball, football, global soccer, global basketball, global baseball, tennis, golf, lacrosse and other miscellaneous sports.

A sleek, simple video player gives consumers access to ESPN360.com and control over their broadband sports viewing experience–providing reliable, high-quality video and the ability to pause, rewind and fast-forward live events.

With the ability to deliver up to 15 simultaneous live events, fans are able to toggle between events in a main viewing window, and with a single click, jump to another event. Video can be viewed in widescreen (16:9) and normal (4:3) views and can be expanded to full screen or reduced to a compact size. Recently completed events are archived and available for on-demand replay.

The player requires a download speed of 450 Kbps or greater. 

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