Pacers games can now be streamed by Comcast subscribers via FOX Sports GO

Good news for Pacers fans in Indiana who are Comcast XFINITY subscribers: Pacers games on FOX Sports Indiana can now be streamed by XFINITY customers on FOXSportsGo.com and the FOX Sports GO app, a network spokesman told VigilantSports.com.

FOX is in its third season streaming Pacers games from its FSI feed to the app, allowing fans who already subscribe to a cable or satellite package to watch games (and anything on FSI) anywhere, and on … the go.

[FOX Sports Indiana televising 78 Pacers games — Eddie Gill to join network as an analyst]

Pacers games were previously available on FOX Sports GO on all major carriers in Indiana except Comcast. That changed when the two sides came to an agreement in late January. This is more than just Pacers games. MLB and NHL games that are carried in-market on FSI will also be available to stream.

Comcast joins Bright House/Spectrum, DirecTV, Dish Network, and AT&T U-verse as networks with an agreement in place for Pacers games. This latest move is a boost with so many Comcast subscribers in Central Indiana.

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