Bars and Restaurants May Soon Be Able To Show Avs Games Legally

By Brian Michel on October 23, 2019
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – OCTOBER 18: Gabriel Landeskog #92 of the Colorado Avalanche celebrates his goal at 8:08 of the third period against the New Jersey Devils and is joined by Tyson Jost #17 (r) at the Prudential Center on October 18, 2018 in Newark, New Jersey. The Avalanche defeated the Devils 5-3. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

A report in the Denver Post says that Altitude Sports Network – which is still in a dispute with the big three providers (Comcast, DirecTV, and Dish) – is working on a temporary solution that will give bars and restaurants the ability to show the Colorado Avalanche (and Denver Nuggets too), legally.

Several establishments have been showing pirated stream feeds but this would be a wider solution and would make the games available in far more locations.

Still no word on where talks are in a resolution with any of the big three distributors in order to bring Altitude back into Colorado homes.

Read the article from the Denver Post here.

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