Frequently Asked Questions
What is the ECC Network?
The ECC Network is the official digital-streaming network of the East Coast Conference, a NCAA Division II conference that sponsors championships in 18 sports. The ECC Network is a league-wide initiative that will include streaming content from the conference and all 10 of its member schools.
What will be on the ECC Network?
The East Coast Conference will broadcast live content from all 18 conference championships. All live-streaming content from the ECC's 10 member schools will also appear on the ECC Network. In addition, select features such as award ceremonies, press conferences, coaches shows, and other league events, will occasionally be broadcast on the ECC Network.
Why aren't my favorite team's games on the ECC Network?
Currently, the East Coast Conference only requires its member schools to broadcast all volleyball and men's/women's basketball home games. ECC member schools are encouraged to stream as many sports as possible, but sports being streamed will vary by school.
What does it cost to watch?
All 18 ECC Championships and in-conference volleyball and basketball games will be available free of charge. Select games (non-conference volleyball and basketball, all other sports) produced by member schools, may be pay-per-view.
How can I watch the ECC Network?
There are multiple ways to watch the ECC Network. Bookmark www.eccsportsnetwork.com to watch through all internet browsers. The ECC Network is also available through Over-the-Top (OTT) apps on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Roku devices by searching "ECC Network."
Can I watch the ECC Network on a mobile device or tablet?
Yes, there isn't a mobile app for the ECC Network but all broadcasts can be viewed by visiting www.eccsportsnetwork.com through your mobile internet browser. ECC Network broadcasts are optimiezed for mobile viewing, allowing for a smooth playback on any network.
Is the ECC Network on social media?
The ECC Network is on Twitter. Follow us at @ECCSportsNet.