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Topic # 138364 31-Dec-2013 19:04
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I used to be able to watch it by entering in www.espn3.com and it would prompt up a iSky login but now I  get an error message below and a search of Skygo shows nothing.

http://espni.go.com/player/welcome/sky/index.htm

"Oops!

We've experience a problem. Either try refreshing your browser or simply go to the ESPN Player homepage.

If you are still experiencing problems after taking these steps, please use our customer feedback form on the ESPN Player page."




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  Reply # 960519 3-Jan-2014 08:48
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That's a really good point - I used it infrequently, but would definitely miss it, if it was no longer available.





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  Reply # 960526 3-Jan-2014 09:13
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After much digging thru Skygo I found it at this link http://espni.go.com/player/video/sky/index.htm




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  Reply # 971747 21-Jan-2014 16:33
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So is ESPN3 just the same as the regular ESPN we get via the normal skytv?





 


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  Reply # 971755 21-Jan-2014 16:47
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rossmnz: So is ESPN3 just the same as the regular ESPN we get via the normal skytv?



no theres more live sport on it . eg you can pick which championship football match or FA cup match you want to watch live , usually if its on one of espn's network you can watch it on ESPN3 live.

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