The NBA 2K League is back, and fans have more ways to watch than ever before.
The league, which postponed the start of its season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will kick off the new campaign Tuesday night with Week 1 action. Through May 19, all Tuesday matches will air on ESPN 2, marking the first-ever linear telecast of NBA 2K League games in the United States. Whether the telecasts will continue May 26 and beyond remains to be seen.
All NBA 2K League matches — regular season games are played every week from Tuesday to Friday — will be live-streamed on the league’s Twitch and YouTube channels. All Wednesday, Thursday and Friday matches also will be available on the ESPN app and ESPN.com beginning May 6.
Here’s the full 2020 regular season schedule:
— Week 1: May 5 – 8
— Week 2: May 12 – 15
— Week 3: May 19 – 22
— Week 4: May 26 – 29
— Week 5: June 2 – 5
— Week 6: June 9 – 12
There's a new way to watch NBA 2K League games this season! 🚨
ESPN networks present @NBA2KLeague LIVE throughout the 2020 season.
Tuesdays | 7 p.m. ET | ESPN2
Wednesdays-Fridays | 7 p.m. ET | ESPN App
— NBA2KLeague (@NBA2KLeague) May 5, 2020
All 23 NBA 2K League teams will compete remotely in their local markets.
Here’s how and when to watch all NBA 2K League Week 1 games:
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