YouTube TV’s Multiview Now Supports NBA League Pass

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YouTube TV has now added multiview support for NBA League Pass, providing live TV subscribers with the option of watching multiple NBA games at the same time on the same screen. 


YouTube TV launched multiview earlier this year, and since then, it has remained somewhat of a work in progress. While the feature was primarily launched in time for the start of football season, it has slowly expanded to include WNBA League Pass and even news and weather

The latest expansion now sees NBA League Pass gaining compatibility. The confirmation was announced today by YouTube TV on X and does specify that “select NBA League Pass games are now available in multiview.”


As a result, subscribers should find they are limited in terms of which games can be watched at the same time on the one screen, similar to how football fans are limited when watching NFL games. 

As NBA League Pass is a premium add-on, YouTube TV subscribers will need to add the subscription service to gain access to the new multiview support. For those that haven’t added NBA League Pass yet, the add-on costs $14.99 a month and there is a 7-day free trial to get started. 

Alternatively, it is also possible to sign up for the entire season for just $99.99. However, the season-based subscription is non refundable, so this option probably won’t suit any subscribers that might cancel before the end of the 2023-24 NBA regular season. 


As there is also no free trial available with the season–based plan, subscribers will also be expected to pay the full $99.99 when adding NBA League Pass to their live TV package.

John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Better to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been editing and writing about technology and streaming for online publications since 2014, and believes the best streaming approach is to rotate between services as needed.

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