What is ESPN+?
It is a direct-to-consumer (no cable or satellite subscription needed) streaming service that will cost $4.99 per month.  As part of the launch ESPN+ was integrated as part of a completely redesigned ESPN App (and also via ESPN.com). Subscribers will receive thousands of additional live events, and original shows and films, and an on-demand library, which is not available on ESPN's linear TV or digital networks. ESPN+ will not include access to stream ESPN's existing, linear networks (which will continue to be available via "TV Everywhere" authenticated streaming).

How much does ESPN+ cost?
ESPN+ costs $4.99 a month ($49.99, if you pay annually). There is a 30-day free trial is available, too.

Do I need to sign-up for an ESPN+ subscription?  
Yes, to watch live Big South content on ESPN+, you need to be a subscriber.  If you already have ESPN+, you are all set for watching Big South games.  If not, you will be required to create a new ESPN+ account.

Where can I watch ESPN+ with my subscription?
A subscriber can watch ESPN+ in the Watch tab of the latest version of the ESPN App, available on the web, iPhone, iPad, tvOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast and FireTV.

How long will Big South events be archived on ESPN+?
The Big South's live events on ESPN+ will be archived on the service for 30 days.

Can I watch non-Big South events with my ESPN+ subscription? 
Yes, your subscription will allow you to watch all ESPN+ content, including select games from MLB, MLS, NHL, and more, plus features such as the entire ESPN 30 for 30 library.

Can I watch multiple ESPN+ streams?
Yes, you can access five streams from ESPN+ at any one time. Plus, as a subscriber, you can pause, rewind, or restart anything you're watching live through ESPN+.

Where is ESPN+ available?
ESPN+ is currently only available in the US.