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Penguins Games Will Stream via SNP 360



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SportsNet Pittsburgh, which just completed its first season as the relaunched viewing home for the Pittsburgh Penguins and now is showing Pittsburgh Pirates games, on Monday announced a new direct-to-consumer streaming option, SNP 360, which is an expansion of its existing app.

Fans can purchase a direct subscription to the network’s live programming, including the two major pro teams’ games. The programming can be streamed directly on desktop, mobile and connected TV devices. There is an introductory rate of $17.99 per month.

According to the website, which is where fans can get more information and sign up, the service will be available to those who live in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, eastern Ohio, and parts of New York and Maryland, which is the SportsNet Pittsburgh territory.

If you have SportsNet Pittsburgh as part of your existing TV package, you “most likely already have access to SNP 360,” according to the website. Those who do can get the same access for no additional cost and can download the new SNP 360 app.

SportsNet Pittsburgh is owned by the Penguins and Pirates and managed by NESN. The change from AT&T SportsNet came about after the Fenway Sports Group bought the Penguins. It has been known for some time that SNP wanted to find a way to offer a streaming service.