SEC Network is an American-based Sports network that telecasts baseball, football, golf, soccer, etc. Owned by ESPN networks, SEC Network is available on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and Xbox consoles. In the beginning, the SEC network was available on Roku, but now it isn’t. Here are some other ways to watch SEC Network on Roku.
Ways to Stream SEC Network on Roku
Since there is no official channel for SEC network on Roku, we can stream SEC Network through various other platforms like,
- Sling TV
- AT&T TV
- Hulu Live TV
On your Roku remote, press the Home button and select Search from the Roku menu. You can install any of the above services by seeing its pricing and features, and install it by clicking Add Channel.
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Watch SEC Network via Sling TV
Sling TV is an Internet TV streaming service. It is available in different languages. You can access the SEC network through Sling TV on your Roku. Sling TV has three subscription plans,
- Sling Orange – $30 / month with one simultaneous stream
- Sling Blue – $30 / month with three simultaneous streams
- Sling Orange+Blue – $45 / month with four simultaneous streams
You can also watch all sports on ESPN and several other networks with this subscription plan.
Watch SEC Network via AT&T TV
AT&T TV is an online TV streaming platform, which is also called DirecTV Now. It has several channel lineups and sports available. You can have access to the SEC network through AT&T TV on Roku. AT&T TV has six subscription plans under it.
- AT&T TV Plus
- AT&T TV Max
- AT&T TV Entertainment
- AT&T TV Choice
- AT&T TV Xtra
- AT&T TV Ultimate
SEC Network is available on plan AT&T TV Max and above. It costs between $80 to $135 per month and provides 50+ to 125+ channels.
You can access HBO Max, Cinemax, and many other channels along with the subscription and also add channels by paying extra.
Watch SEC Network via Hulu Live TV
Hulu is a video-on-demand service to watch movies and TV shows online. It provides not only theatrical content but also original content, which can be streamed only through this platform. Hulu has two subscription plans,
- Hulu Basic
- Hulu+Live TV’
SEC Network is available on the Hulu+Live TV subscription. The basic plan of Hulu only has theatrical and original content, which costs $5.99 per month. But Hulu+Live TV costs $54.99 per month with complete access to all its contents and live TV.
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In Hulu, HBO Max, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz are available as add-ons that can be added by paying individually along with the subscription.
Bonus: You can stream SEC Network on YouTube TV ($64.99 per month), and also on cable network by paying $1.40 per month for SEC Network.
So these are some of the channels or networks which offer SEC Network since it isn’t available on the Roku Channel Store. Use any of the above-mentioned ways and watch your favorite sports live.