If you live in the Colorado Rockies, Vegas Golden Knights, or Utah Jazz TV market, most of their games air on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Currently, the only streaming service that offers AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain in their lineup is AT&T TV, but it’s $84.99 per month. So I want to give you another option before covering AT&T TV.
You can use MLB.TV and have access to not only every Rockies game live, but every game played by every team. The only drawback is games are blacked out if they are being shown nationally or if you live in an area where that game is being broadcast on a regional sports network like AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. So we put together another guide to watching the Rockies online. The same is true with the Jazz being blacked out if you use NBA League Pass and live in the Jazz’s TV market. However, you can get around that using this TV blackout workaround.
If you are not comfortable using that method, then read on to learn about AT&T TV.
AT&T TV Carries AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
AT&T’s live streaming service provides AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain in their “Choice” package for $84.99 per month. They also carry FOX, ESPN, and TBS so if a Rockies game is airing nationally, it will be on one of those networks.
You can sign up online and they don’t force you into a contract so you can cancel at any time. The service also includes a cloud DVR service and allows you to stream to 20 devices simultaneously.
AT&T TV is supported on the following devices:
- 4th Gen Apple TV
- Google Chromecast, 2nd gen and higher
- Amazon Fire TV
- Fire TV Stick
- iOS devices
- Chrome and Safari browsers
See our review of AT&T TV for more details on this streaming service.
For information on watching other TV channels online check out: How To Stream Specific TV Channels
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