Players’ Championship Broadcast Schedule

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Date/StageETPTFeature GameWatch
Saturday, April 24
Tiebreaker2 p.m.11 a.m.Edin vs. GunnlaugsonSportsnet West, Pacific
& Sportsnet 360
Quarterfinals6 p.m.3 p.m.Sportsnet 360
Semifinals10 p.m.7 p.m.Sportsnet ONE
& Sportsnet 360
Sunday, April 25
Women’s Final11:30 a.m.8:30 a.m.Sportsnet ONE
Men’s Final4 p.m.1 p.m.Sportsnet &
Sportsnet ONE
Note: Broadcast schedule subject to change.

Note: All broadcasts available for online streaming on Sportsnet NOW (Canada) and Yare (international).


What is Sportsnet NOW?

Sportsnet NOW is the online destination for viewers to livestream Sportsnet on a variety of different devices.

Do I have to pay extra if I already have Sportsnet in my TV package?

If you are a Sportsnet TV subscriber, Sportsnet NOW is available to you at no additional cost with participating cable/satellite/IP TV providers. Check with your TV provider for details.

Participating TV providers for Sportsnet NOW: Rogers, Bell, Bell Aliant, TELUS, Shaw, Cogeco, Sasktel, NorthwestTel, Eastlink, Hay Communications, V Media, Mitchell Seaforth Cable TV, TCC, WTC TV, Access Communications, Cable Cable, City West, Execulink, Hurontel, Seaside Communications, TbayTel, Source Cable, Novus, Videotron and MTS.

Where is Sportsnet NOW?

Just click here to log in.

Need help? 

Click here for a tutorial to learn how to sign into Sportsnet NOW.

What if I missed a draw? 

If you missed a game and would like to watch it, proceed to Sportsnet NOW’s desktop site to utilize the “look-back” feature. Sign in and proceed to the ‘Schedule’ tab and roll the schedule back to the date and time the game originally aired and click on it to begin streaming.

Note: The look-back functionality is only for the past 24 hours. Anything beyond that time period is not accessible.

What if I don’t live in Canada? 

Fans outside of Canada can also watch online by subscribing to our international streaming package available via Yare, click here for more.