Lax Sports Network Rebranding as LacrosseTV

WOBURN, Mass. — In January 2016, Lax Sports Network launched as the first 24-7 live and original content broadcasting network devoted to the sport of lacrosse. LSN launched on emerging platforms such as Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, AppleTV and others.

After six years, the LSN brand resonates with the lacrosse community. With the power of distribution partnerships we are positioned to reach a broader sports audience. Because of that, beginning today, we are officially re-branding LSN as LacrosseTV.

Entertaining our core base is paramount, but the rebranding of LacrosseTV is about resonating with new fans and audiences as we welcome them into a sport rich in traditions, personalities, athleticism and overall competition.

All of the great content you've enjoyed since our inception won't change, as we'll continue airing new episodes of Lacrosse Now, interviews with the biggest names in the sport and of course the hundreds of hours of LIVE games we produce every year.

There were many early adopters of LSN who became crucial partners as we evolved during those first few years, including Major League Lacrosse, the Colonial Athletic Association, USA Lacrosse, USILA, IWLCA and NCAA.

In January 2021, LSN achieved a significant milestone celebrating 5 years of lacrosse stories and games from around the world. The network has enjoyed building upon its early partnerships with new relationships, including World Lacrosse, Steps Lacrosse, Legendary Sports, Trilogy and the MIAA, among others. Our distribution during that time has grown too. At launch, LSN was an App and web/mobile platform. Over the past two years, the network has exploded across the popular FAST (Free Advertising Supported Television) space. Our distribution partners include, Sports Tribal, Local Now, Select TV, Sports.TV, and Stremium.

In 2023, LacrosseTV will add new platforms for both domestic and international viewing.

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