Toronto Raptors to hit the playoffs in 4K UHD on TSN Sports
Stephan Jukic – April 14, 2016
Here comes more live sports in 4K UHD resolution. After breaking their franchise record for winning games for their third year in a row, the Toronto Raptors are going to be hitting the NBA Playoffs on TSN and with the added twist of a broadcast in 4K ultra HD resolution.
The networks live coverage of the events starts with the Raptors going up aagainst the Indiana Pacers during the First Round and from there it will go on to the NBA Finals. These are just one of the more than 60 popular championships that go live on TSN.
The coverage of the sportscasts from TSN kickstarts as of Monday April the 18th at 6:30 pm Eastern Time with a 30-minute pre-game show which will then be followed by Game 2, which consists of Indiana at Toronto live on TSN and also on TSN GO.
Furthermore, fans of the enhanced Taptors playoff experience can also follow along with TSN’s official Snapchat account, which offers exclusive behind-the-scenes content from all of the Raptors home games.
The following is the TSN Broadcast schedule for the Raptors-Indiana Pacers series games:
Game 2: Indiana @ Toronto – Monday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. ET on TSN, TSN GO, and TSN Radio 1050
Game 3: Toronto @ Indiana – Thursday, April 21 at 7 p.m. ET on TSN, TSN GO, and TSN Radio 1050
**Game 6: Toronto @ Indiana – Friday, April 29 at TBD
And of course, as we claimed above, the live coverage of the Toronto Raptors during the NBA Playoffs will be available to select audiences in 4K ultra HD, with live streaming and on-demand video viewing options available for TSN subscribers through the TSN Go service who also happen to own a newer model 4K UHD TV.
More coverage announcements will be coming from the broadcast service in the next few days.
The upcoming 4K broadcast of the Raptors vs- Indiana Pacers playoffs game sis only one of a number of recent 4K UHD live sportscasts that have been released in diverse markets, including Canada, through Rogers Communications and its 4K service for NHL games and in Europe through the BT Sport live 4K streaming package offered by the company to U.K consumers.
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