BCSN App Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I watch my favorite high school football team this season?
Q: I’m not a Buckeye Broadband subscriber. Can I still watch?
A: Yes, our new ticketing system will allow spectators in Northwest Ohio, or anywhere, to purchase a single game streaming ticket for $11.99 to the eligible games listed above.
Q: Where does the money from the tickets go?
A: The net proceeds from each ticket sold will go to the home team’s school.
Q: When will the streaming tickets be available to purchase?
A: Streaming tickets will be available to purchase by Thursday at noon ET.
Q: If I buy a streaming ticket, can I only watch the game once?
A: You will be emailed a link to come back and watch later or from a different device. Note: the ticket grants you the right to one simultaneous view. Abuse of the ticket is tracked and monitored.
Q: If I already subscribe to Buckeye Broadband do I have to buy a ticket?
A: No, Buckeye Broadband subscribers will receive all games, from all sports with their current subscription. To sign in to BCSN Now use your myBuckeye credentials.
Q: Can I purchase a ticket to stream a volleyball, soccer, or tennis match?
A: At this current time, streaming tickets are only available for football games. All games are still available to watch with a Buckeye Broadband subscription.
Q: Is the BCSN Now app available for Roku or Amazon Fire products?
A: BCSN Now is available for Android and iOS. We do not officially support Roku and Amazon Fire products at this time.