NBA fans in Orlando can watch the Magic live on Bally Sports Florida with Bally Sports+ or DIRECTV STREAM “Choice.”
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If you can’t make it to the Amway Center this season to watch the Magic in person, don’t worry, you can live stream Magic games in-market on Bally Sports Florida with both DIRECTV STREAM and Bally Sports Plus.
Our top pick for watching the Magic this season is DIRECTV STREAM “Choice.” DIRECTV STREAM supports more devices than Bally Sports Plus, including Roku, and offers sports channels beyond just basketball, including ABC, FOX, ESPN, FS1, NBC, SEC Network, and more. Out-of-market Magic fans can add NBA League Pass to a DIRECTV STREAM account, or sign up à la carte on Amazon Prime.
The most important channels for Magic fans
|Bally Sports+||DIRECTV STREAM – Choice||DIRECTV STREAM||Fubo||Hulu + Live TV||Sling Orange & Blue||YouTube TV|
|Bally Sports Florida|
$19.99 / month
$99.99 / month
$74.99 / month
$74.99 / month
$69.99 / month
$50 / month
$72.99 / month
How to watch the Magic on DIRECTV STREAM
How to watch the Magic on Bally Sports Plus
If you don’t live in the Orlando area, you can’t watch the Magic on Bally Sports Florida. In-market Magic fans can sign up for Bally Sports Plus to gain access to in-market Magic games, but be aware, the platform only gives you access to one channel.
Watching the Magic FAQ
No, you can’t watch Orlando Magic games on ESPN+. One of the drawbacks of the ESPN+ platform is the lack of NBA and NFL games.
Not if you live in the Orlando area. Sling TV doesn’t carry Bally Sports Florida, however, you can watch the Magic on Sling TV out-of-market by adding NBA League Pass.
There are several good options. If you don’t live in Orlando, you can watch the Magic out-of-market with NBA League Pass. YouTube TV, Sling, fuboTV, and DIRECTV STREAM all offer add-ons for NBA League Pass, or you can buy a subscription à la carte on Amazon.