“There is a perfect match that exists between our need to increase overall exposure of professional softball and the desire of fans worldwide to have total access to enjoy NPF competition,” said Cheri Kempf, NPF Commissioner. “We believe this is the first step in extending total access coverage and expanding our overall fan base through what will ultimately grow into an all-encompassing digital platform.”
NPFTV will be home to all 2016 regular season action that is not covered in the league’s national television agreement with CBS Sports Network. In total, NPFTV will be host to a minimum of 125 games of the 2016 season along with a possible three additional Championship Series games. In addition, archived video content of past NPF competition and events dating back to 2004 will be available as Video On-Demand (VOD) options. The platform will also contain original and exclusive content created by players, league partners and independent contributors.
“NPF team owners have always taken a great deal of pride in paving the path to legitimizing this great sport of softball at the professional level,” commented Kempf. “No group is better suited to take this significant step forward in advancing and expanding the overall exposure of the game and its very best athletes, than the NPF. We are confident that fans will share in our enthusiasm and show their overall support in subscribing.”
NPFTV is available through subscriptions on an annual, monthly, or single event basis. Annual passes are $49.99, monthly passes are $29.99, and single event passes are $4.99. Subscriptions can be accessed through the NPF website at www.profastpitch.com. NPF also has slated a complimentary NPFTV Game of the Week that will stream free throughout the season.
NPFTV is accessible online and on mobile devices at http://www.profastpitch.com/npf-tv