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GAAGO 'Season Pass' - €110 to watch 45 games worldwide, €60 for British viewers for 25 games

The new service will begin in mid-June.

Noel Curran, Director General of RTÉ and Páraic Duffy, Director General of the GAA.
Noel Curran, Director General of RTÉ and Páraic Duffy, Director General of the GAA.
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THE PRICING PLAN for GAAGO, the new subscription-based online streaming service that will offer live GAA games to audiences worldwide, has been announced today.

A worldwide GAAGO ‘Season Pass’ (excluding Ireland and Great Britain) is priced at €110 and cover all 45 televised games from this summer’s championships, as broadcast by RTÉ and Sky.

For Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), 25 games broadcast on RTÉ 2 will be available on GAAGO, but games broadcast by Sky will only be available through Sky. The GAAGO ‘GB Pass’ for Great Britain is priced at €60.

Pay-per-game priced at €10 will also be available to purchase. For the quarter-final, semi-final and final stages of the All-Ireland Championships the pay-per-game price is €14.

Games will be streamed in high-quality HD and will include full commentary, scores, and studio programming as broadcast to audiences in Ireland. Subscribers will be able to view the games online on any internet-enabled device including mobile phones, tablet devices and laptops.

The GAAGO service will begin in mid-June 2014. Until then, the RTÉ Player will provide free worldwide streaming of GAA championship matches, beginning with the meeting of Tyrone and Down on Sunday May 18th.

Subscriptions for GAAGO will be available to purchase on www.gaago.ie in the lead up to the first game being streamed on GAAGOin mid-June.

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Source: RTÉ - Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster/YouTube

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