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There's a price cut for the season pass in 2017 GAAGO service and over 120 live events

Plenty games to take in next year.

pjimage (4) All-Ireland winning captains Brendan Maher and Stephen Cluxton

A PRICE CUT of €20 for the season pass, the streaming of over 120 live GAA events and the addition of GAA related documentaries and programmes, are all part of the 2017 GAAGO online streaming service.

The launch took place today for next year’s offering of the service that is provided by RTÉ and the GAA for viewers outside of Ireland.

The 2017 GAAGO Season Pass has been cut in price from €160 to €140 while a new website and enhanced streaming quality are promised for a better HD experience.

Here’s the games that GAAGO will stream next year:

  • GAA Football & Hurling Senior Championships (45+ matches worldwide, 25+ in Great Britain)
  • Allianz League (45+ matches)
  • The Sunday Game highlights show (20 shows)
  • Electric Ireland GAA Football and Hurling Minor Championships (selected matches)
  • AIB GAA Senior Club Finals (Football & Hurling – 2 matches)
  • Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U21 Championship (selected matches)
  • EirGrid GAA Football U21 Championship (selected matches)
  • Christy Ring/Nicky Rackard/Lory Meagher Cup Finals
  • Additional bonus matches as they arise
  • GAAGO Season Pass holders get exclusive access to GAA documentaries and programmes

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