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“Xfinity Sportstacular!” grants all-access pass to sports fans

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Xfinity TV customers can enjoy an all-access sports pass this fall with the recently announced “Xfinity Sportstacular!” The week-long event is every sports fan’s dream – access to tons of sports programming for no additional cost.

From Nov. 11-17, Xfinity TV customers will get the chance to watch content from networks that are typically offered only through sports packages. Sports networks like NFL Network, Big Ten Network (BTN), Pac-12 Networks, ESPN Goal Line, FOX Sports 1, NBA TV, NHL Network and NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) will be available for the week of Sportstacular.

During Sportstacular!, fans will have their pick of live sporting events and other sports programming that are normally only available through Xfinity TV’s sports packages for an extra monthly charge. Some big matchups that fans could watch during this special event are the Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts on Thursday Night Football (NFL Network), a Friday night NHL Eastern Conference showdown between the Detroit Red Wings and the Washington Capitals (NHL Network); and the hottest college rivalries on Saturday (BTN and the Pac-12 Networks).

As with all Xfinity programming, customers are able to view Sportstacular! content across multiple platforms whether they’re at home or on the go. Much of this programming will be available for customers to watch live wherever they are – on TV, online at Xfinity.com/TV and on mobile devices via the recently launched Xfinity TV Go app.

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