K-State Athletics Launch New Site With Free “K-StateHD.TV”


As part of a revamped digital platform, fans now have the ability to watch a variety of K-State athletics from their computer, tablet, or mobile device. K-State partnered with SportsLabs to overhaul k-statesports.com, bringing a more streamlined and user-friendly interface to the Family’s digital sports home.

“Our fans continue to crave content,” said Athletic Director John Currie in a June press release. “This partnership with SportsLabs will dramatically enhance [fans’] overall experience.”

In addition to the web overhaul, SportsLabs developed “K-State Gameday,” a mobile application that will be available to iPhone and Android users on August 1st. The new application will be free and promises to be the “ultimate guide for fans attending K-State games.”

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A new mobile app is great news and should deliver. In the meantime, all fans can take advantage of the free week of premium content being offered through K-StateHD.TV. Referred to as “the most-watched intercollegiate digital network in the country,” K-StateHD.TV has been upgraded to allow for enhanced viewing through more than just a desktop computer.

According to k-statesports.com, “subscribers will get access to 130+ live games and events, plus on-demand game replays, with an improved video player that features better performance and stability across platforms.”

Current subscribers of K-StateHD.TV are being asked to cancel their current subscription and then re-enroll in order to enjoy the service upgrades.