- Sportsnet is not available on Roku Channel Store.
- You need to screen mirror the Sportsnet content from your Android smartphone, iPhone or Windows computer.
Sportsnet is a popular app for watching the live stream of your favorite sports. It gives you 24/7 access to the latest sports news, analysis, live streams, opinion, video highlights, scores, stats, and interviews. Unfortunately, Sportsnet is not available for Roku devices. The application is only available for Android and iPhone. From your smartphone, you can screen mirror the Sportsnet content on your Roku.
Sportnet Subscription Plan
Sportsnet offers four different packages. You can subscribe to the package by visiting https://www.snnow.ca.
- Sportsnet Now Standard – $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year
- Sportsnet Now Premium – $34.99 per month or $249.99 per year.
Screen Mirroring Sportsnet on Roku Using Android
First, you need to enable screen mirroring on Roku (Settings → Screen Mirroring → Screen Mirroring Mode → Choose Prompt or Always Allow).
 Connect your smartphone and Roku to the same WiFi connection.
 On your smartphone, install the Sportsnet app from the Play Store.
 Open the Notification Panel and choose the Cast icon.
 From the list of devices, choose your Roku device.
 Allow permission to mirror your Android smartphone.
 Launch the Sportsnet app and configure the login credentials.
 After signing in, play the content you want and watch it on the Roku-connected TV screen.
Screen Mirroring Sportsnet on Roku Using iPhone
In the latest version of Roku devices, you can enable the Airplay setting to cast content from the iPhone (Settings → Apple AirPlay and HomeKit → AirPlay).
 Connect your iPhone and Roku to the same WiFi connection.
 Download and install the Sportsnet application from the App Store.
 Open the app and sign in with your account.
 Play a title on the app.
 Open the Control Center and select the Screen Mirroring icon.
 Choose your Roku device name from the list.
 Now, the video content from the Sportsnet app will appear on the Roku device.
Screen Mirroring Sportsnet to Roku Using Windows
 Using the browser, visit the Sportsnet Website.
 Click the Notification and choose the Project tab on your PC. You can also press the Windows + P keys on your keyboard to view the project tab.
 Click the Connect to a wireless display option.
 You will get a list of available devices. Choose your Roku device name.
 Now, play a video from the Sportsnet website, and it will play on your TV screen.
Frequently Asked Questions
The basic subscription on Sportsnet costs $14.99 per month and $149.99 per year.
DirecTV Stream offers Sportsnet content in its subscription pack.
No. YouTube TV does not offer Sportsnet.