Sky TV customers to receive free upgrade so they can pause and rewind live events on new streaming service

SKY customers who subscribe to TNT Sports receive access to Discovery+ Premium at no additional cost.

And soon the app will also have some bonus features.

TNT Sports replaced BT Sport earlier this year


TNT Sports replaced BT Sport earlier this year

Sky has announced that the popular streaming app will be “updated soon”.

It is currently not possible to pause or rewind live streams viewed via the app on Sky.

But viewing via other platforms like an iPhone is possible.

Sky says a future update will finally give viewers the star feature they’ve all been waiting for on Sky Q, Sky Glass and Sky Stream.

And what is crucial for every football fan: streams will also be available in UHD.

Of course, viewers can choose to watch the traditional TNT Sports channels on Sky, where pause and rewind functions are available – provided you have subscribed to these as part of your package.

Discovery+ is the main home of TNT Sports, having been rebranded from BT Sport.

It offers football fans access to UEFA Champions League and Europa League matches, as well as Premier League matches.

Premiership Rugby, MotoGP, Boxing, UFC and WWE programming will also be shown.

Discovery+ became the main digital home for TNT Sports, leading to the closure of the old BT Sport apps.

The platform is also the contact point for Eurosport channels covering cycling, tennis, snooker, motorsport and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

You can also watch live and on-demand content from Animal Planet, Discovery, Discovery History, Discovery Science, DMAX, Food Network, HGTV, ID, Quest, Quest Red, TLC and Turbo.

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