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  • 5 Reasons to Watch DragonsTV

    Mario Keyboard

    Thursday, March 16, 2017

    As streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu and HBO Go become ubiquitous, audiences have become accustomed to convenient access to their favorite shows. Proud Dragons and sports fanatics, alike, can stream Drexel's live sporting events on DragonsTV. For online students who can't make it to the game, DragonsTV brings fans closer to the athletes, events and big moments.

    Here are five reasons to tune into DragonsTV:

    1. Watch live sporting events from anywhere.
      Support the Drexel Dragons by watching live games with real-time stats. Spring sports currently available to stream include men's and women's lacrosse and softball.
    2. Watch pre-recorded sporting events from anywhere.
      Missed the game? Don't worry! Watch pre-recorded games from 13 different sports by checking out DragonsTV's "On Demand" list. Pause, fast-forward or rewind!
    3. Engage with fellow Dragons via the live Twitter feed.
      During live games, follow @DrexelDragonsTV on Twitter for in-game updates. Plus, talk to fellow enthusiasts about the game.
    4. Watch from any device.
      Just like other streaming services, viewers can watch live or pre-recorded games on any device with Flash 14 or later. Even users of the Roku app can stream DragonsTV. Chrome or Safari browsers typically offer the best results for live broadcasts on DragonsTV.
    5. It's 100 percent free
      Unlike Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go and Amazon TV, DragonsTV is completely free.

    "We've gotten reports of a squash [player's] family member watching a live stream in a restaurant in Egypt, and we love to hear that," said Jeff McDevitt, video coordinator for Drexel Athletics.

    Go Dragons!

    Follow Drexel Athletics on social media:
    YouTube: Drexel Dragons
    Twitter: @Drexeldragons, @DrexelDragonsTV
    Instagram: drexelathletics
    Facebook: Drexel Dragons Athletics

     

     

     


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