The SEC Network is no longer available on Roku devices. But this won’t stop you from streaming baseball, soccer, golf, football, and other prominent sporting events on your favorite device.
We will bring you all the working tips and tricks to get the SEC Network on Roku.
Launched in 2014, the SEC Network, owned by ESPN, is devoted to bringing you all the actions and happenings on the ground, including live telecasts, analysis, news, and other content.
The American multinational sports network has exclusive rights to cover collegiate sports sanctioned by Southeastern Conference. The SEC Network is estimated to have a massive user base of over 70 million.
Since you are excited about joining the network and watching various events on your Roku, you are encouraged to check this guide.
Guide to Stream SEC Network on Roku Streaming Device
For many, getting the SEC Network on Roku is a real challenge – provided the network isn’t available on the Roku channel store. But no worries! We have done the homework for you.
SEC Network is a part of ESPN, so you can download and install the ESPN app on Roku to access SEC Network content.
Below are the steps to download and install the ESPN application on your Roku device –
- Turn on your Roku device and press the Home button on your Roku remote.
- Scroll down to get to the Streaming Channels option.
- Select the Search Channels option and look for the ESPN TV app using the virtual keypad.
- Choose the ESPN app from the search results.
- Press the Add channel button to begin the installation process.
- After installation, press Go to Channel to launch the app on Roku.
- Inside the ESPN app, select the Sign-in option to generate a unique activation code.
- Once you have the code, visit espn.com/activate on another device.
- Enter the code displayed on your TV screen and click Continue.
- Now, sign in using your ESPN credentials to finish the activation process.
After successful activation, you can track your favorite SEC Network events and shows on Roku.
Alternative Ways to Stream SEC Network on Roku
To stream the SEC Network on your favorite streaming platform, you need to use streaming services like Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, and AT&T TV (DirecTV Stream).
SEC Network on Roku via Sling TV
You can watch the SEC Network content by installing the Sling TV app on your Roku. Before installing the app, ensure that you subscribe to Sling TV.
It has three packages – Sling Orange ($35 per month), Sling Blue ($35 per month), and Sling Orange + Blue ($50 per month).
Choose your preferred plan and enjoy the SEC Network and other top channels on your Roku device. The Orange plan offers 30 channels, while the Blue package has 45 channels in-store. If you want a better plan, the Orange + Blue plan has over 50 channels, including SEC Network, NBC, FOX, and more.
Watch SEC Network via DirecTV Stream
Previously known as AT&T TV, DirecTV Stream has 4 exciting packages for you, and all the packages include the SEC Network. Here’s a quick look at the plans and pricing –
- Entertainment: The Entertainment plan is available at $69.99 per month. You can watch SEC Network, TNT, ESPN, Nickelodeon, and other 60 channels.
- Choice: The DirecTV Stream Choice package offers 90 channels at just $89.99 per month. You will get channels like SEC Network, Game Show Network, and more.
- Ultimate: You can subscribe to the Ultimate package for $104.99 monthly. It lets you stream 130 channels.
- Premier: Pay $149.99 monthly and enjoy 140 channels, including the SEC Network.
Enjoy SEC Network on Roku via Hulu+Live TV
Hulu+Live TV offers a 7-day free trial. After that, it is available for $64.99. Hulu supports the Roku device and allows its customers to stream Hulu on multiple devices.
You can watch Hulu on two devices at the same time. Further, it offers 50 hours of cloud DVR storage, so you don’t miss out on your favorite programs. In addition, Hulu’s library contains more than 42,000 pieces of on-demand content.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can watch the SEC Network on Roku and other devices for free if you already subscribe to a streaming service. However, if you haven’t subscribed to a service, you can still watch the SEC Network for free. Simply sign up with a service and cancel the plan within the free trial period ;).
Streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live, Sling TV, FuboTV, and DirecTV Stream offer the SEC Network. If you have subscribed to any of these services, you can watch the SEC Network on your streaming device.
My name is Dan Smith, and I am a senior technical writer at Activate Guide. I have been covering the technology industry for over six years, writing about streaming devices, TV channels, credit card activation, and many more.