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FloCollege NCAA Streaming Platform To Launch Later This Year


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FloSports has confirmed that it will be launching a new FloCollege NCAA streaming platform and service later this year. According to the announcement, FloCollege will be home to a variety of conference partners across Division I, Division II and Division III.

The platform is also expected to become home to the largest portfolio of women’s sports at the DII and DIII levels, with more than 4,000 live women’s games in the 2024-25 season alone.

We believe the launch of FloCollege is a watershed moment for college athletics at a time of massive transition. There is no single platform that is serving today’s athletes and member institutions at the D-II and D-III level with live event streaming, editorial and social like we are planning. We are looking forward to working with our partners to make this a sustainable model for growth in the years ahead that can provide critical funding to many of these smaller institutions,” said Mark Floreani, FloSports CEO.

Partners confirmed to be available at launch include BIG EAST, Coastal Athletic Association (CAA), Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), Landmark Conference, New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC), South Atlantic Conference (SAC), Gulf South Conference (GSC), California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), and Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).

With more than more than $50 million being invested into the platform, FloSports expects to add more partners in the future, and for FloCollege to become a single destination for live events, editorial coverage, social programming and more.

Along with the launch of FloCollege, the company also confirmed that it will be launching an updated version of its FloSports TV app. Boasting improved personalization, discovery and streaming features, the updated app will be available on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Roku at launch.

While the company has confirmed the new platform will go live in October ahead of the 2024-25 winter sports season, there was no mention of how much access to FloSports will cost. Still, for college sports fans, the new service sounds like it could be a good addition.

John Finn


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