Apple releases "Apple Sports"; world's third-most-watched league missing from the list

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  • Apple launches a free “Apple Sports” app for iPhone users, offering real-time scores, stats, and more for various sports leagues and teams.
  • The app personalizes the experience, lets users follow favorite teams and leagues, and provides live betting odds (where available).
  • Currently available in the U.S., U.K., and Canada, it supports leagues like the NBA, MLS, and Premier League, with more to be added soon.

Apple has launched a new app called “Apple Sports” for iPhone users. This free app provides sports fans a quick and easy way to stay up-to-date on their favorite teams and leagues.

Here’s what you can expect with Apple Sports:

  • Real-time scores and stats: Get instant updates on scores, stats, and other game information for various sports leagues and teams.
  • Personalized experience: Follow your favorite teams and leagues to see them prominently displayed within the app.
  • Simple and intuitive interface: The app is designed for ease of use, making it easy to navigate and find the information you need.
  • Customization: Tailor your experience by following specific teams, tournaments, and leagues to personalize your scoreboards.
  • Live betting odds (where available): Stay informed about current betting odds for games.
  • Detailed game information: Access play-by-play updates, team stats, and lineup details for both upcoming and past games.
  • Watch live games: Seamlessly transition to the Apple TV app to watch live games from Apple and connected streaming services.
  • Syncs with My Sports: Your favorite teams and preferences selected within the My Sports experience in the Apple TV app and Apple News will automatically sync with Apple Sports.

Currently available in the U.S., U.K., and Canada, Apple Sports supports the following leagues:

  • MLS
  • NBA
  • NCAA basketball (men’s and women’s)
  • NHL
  • Bundesliga
  • LaLiga
  • Liga MX
  • Ligue 1
  • Premier League
  • Serie A

Additional leagues, including MLB, NFL, NCAAF, NWSL, and WNBA, will be added. This brings us to what the the world’s third most watched league (subjective), and it is the Indian Premier League.

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