Curious about what’s new on ESPN Plus? The streaming service has become increasingly essential for sports fans. That’s why it’s important to keep up with what’s new on ESPN Plus.
Beyond being the exclusive site for a number of sports leagues and competitions, its original content is incredible. You get 30 for 30s, daily commentary, and more.
For Hulu subscribers, it’s even easier to get ESPN+ now. You can navigate to ESPN+ live sporting events and documentaries directly on the platform.
Here’s what’s new on ESPN+ for August 2021.
- Best sporting event: Little League World Series Qualifers
- Best UFC matchup: Lewis vs. Gane
- Full list of new ESPN+ new series and sports
What’s new on ESPN Plus: July 2021
A price increase
Starting August 13, the cost of ESPN Plus is going up one dollar, to $6.99 per month. However, currently, the cost of the $13.99 Hulu/ESPN Plus/Disney Plus bundle is staying the same. That’s just one more reason to bundle your services.
Little League World Series Regional Qualifiers
Why should the grown-ups have all the fun? Catch the future stars of Major League Baseball in their childhood with the 2021 Little League World Series. We understand if you’re skeptical but trust us.
Little League played at the top level is a thrilling experience. These may be children but they’d nuke your work softball league any day of the week. More importantly in a year where everyone feels a little disconnected, it’s nice to root for something wholesome.
You can catch the entire qualifiers series streaming on ESPN Plus from August 6 through 11.
UFC 265: Lewis vs. Gane
Houston’s Derrick Lewis goes head to head with France’s Ciryl Gane for the interim heavyweight championship. Fight fans can also look forward to two-division champion Amanda Nunes defending her bantamweight title against Julianna Peña.
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