Rogers Sportsnet for iOS to Stream All 162 Toronto Blue Jays Games

Rogers has announced its 2016 coverage for the Toronto Blue Jays, which adds more ways to watch the company’s baseball team, including in 4K resolution.

This year, Rogers says the world’s first 4K MLB broadcast will take place on April 2, the Blue Jays’ final pre-season game against the Boston Red Sox, at Olympic Stadium in Montreal. Sportsnet will also broadcast all 81 home games in 4K as well.

Rogers also says “North America’s first 24/7 dedicated sports feeds featuring 4K content”—dubbed Sportsnet 4K and Sportsnet ONE 4K—will launch on April 1st.

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The entire Blue Jays regular season (162 games), starting with their season opener on April 3, will be available on Sportsnet, the Sportsnet Radio Network, and also streamed on Sportsnet for iOS and Sportsnet.ca. Rogers says their 4K feeds are available to other cable, satellite and IPTV providers nationwide.

Click here to download Sportsnet for iOS in the App Store.

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  • mike_visconti

    Do these methods require cable subscription sign in to view? Anybody know if the Blue Jays will be changing their MLB at Bat blackout policy this season?

  • Source? Looking to find out if Bell will have Jay’s in 4K

  • They emailed us, but here’s a link from the web:
    http://media.sportsnet.ca/2016/03/blue-jays-on-sportsnet-every-base-covered/

  • Thanks

  • McHuman

    Stream a baseball game in 4K?? Over cellular??? On a 500MB plan?!!
    I have a feeling this ain’t going to end nicely!

  • jmcd102

    Bell and Bell Aliant need these two Rogers Sportsnet channels if they want 4K subscribers.

  • jmcd102

    No word on what the 2 channels will show besides the Jays.

  • jmcd102

    You need today however the wording is vague about the Jays games.

  • Jon

    I’m interested in this as well. I’ve had MLB.TV for a few years so I could watch on the AppleTV (no cable) but now that the tvOS Sportsnet app has the Live TV feeds (though it requires a cable log-in) I wonder if the Jays games will be separate.

  • Yes you need your local cable subscription logins to view live video.

  • dannymalt

    Last time I tried to login to Sportsnet to watch a game by clicking my cable subscription provider, they didn’t have Bell customers as an option.