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Why can't I find my game on a Regional Sports Network?

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Last Published Date5/24/2018 4:33 PM
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Many of our Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) have alternate feeds for overflow content. When searching for your game, be sure to check all your regional network feeds. This includes your RSN's alternate feed, usually located at the end of your Sling TV channel guide.

As an example, a customer who lives in Kansas City will see FOX Sports Midwest in the Sling TV guide. This customer will receive FOX Sports Midwest (a full-time channel), along with FOX Sports Midwest alternates. Content could be on either the primary FOX Sports Midwest channel or on one of its alternates. For example, this customer may find the Cardinals game on an alternate channel, while the primary carries the out-of-market Royals game.

Full-time Channels

The following are full-time Regional Sports Networks:

FOX Sports Arizona
FOX Sports Cincinnati
FOX Sports Detroit
FOX Sports Florida
FOX Sports Midwest
FOX Sports North
FOX Sports Ohio
FOX Sports Prime Ticket
FOX Sports San Diego
FOX Sports South
FOX Sports Southeast
FOX Sports Southwest
FOX Sports Sun
FOX Sports West
FOX SportsTime Ohio
YES Network
NBC Sports Bay Area
NBC Sports California
NBC Sports Chicago
NBC Sports Washington

Alternate Channels

Here are the alternate channels that correspond with their full-time channels:

FOX Sports Arizona: FOX Sports Arizona Plus
FOX Sports South: FOX Sports Carolinas
FOX Sports Detroit: FOX Sports Detroit Plus
FOX Sports Midwest: FOX Sports Midwest Plus
FOX Sports Midwest: FOX Sports Kansas City
FOX Sports Midwest: FOX Sports Indiana
FOX Sports Southwest: FOX Sports New Orleans
FOX Sports North: FOX Sports North Plus
FOX Sports Southwest: FOX Sports Oklahoma
FOX Sports South: FOX Sports Tennessee
FOX Sports North: FOX Sports Wisconsin

Blackout Rules

Your RSN may blackout certain games, either for certain ZIP codes or for the entire region. Also, if a game is airing on an RSN and a national channel, the RSN takes precedent and it will be blacked out on the national channel. For instance, if a Cleveland Cavaliers playoff game is on ESPN and FOX Sports Ohio, the game will be blacked out on ESPN. These national/regional blackout rules apply whether or not Sling TV carries the regional channel.

The Regional Sports Network(s) you receive with your Sling Blue subscription will be based on your billing ZIP code. If you leave the eligible location, the channel(s) will disappear from your guide until you return. You do not receive the RSNs in an area you travel to if you are not entitled to them based on your home billing ZIP code.
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