To all our fans, ESPN+ offers the best experience and quality. In order to remain competitive, we adhere to best practices and standards in closed captioning and accessibility for sports programming. It is easy to understand dialogue or action when it is difficult to hear.
In some cases, it may work incorrectly, such as showing incorrect words or appearing late. At that point, you can disable the subtitle. keep continuing reading to learn more about turn-off subtitle features from different devices such as Firestick, Roku, and Apple TV, etc.
How to turn off subtitles on ESPN Plus Roku
- Press the Home button on your Roku remote.
- Select Settings.
- Scroll down and select Accessibility. In the absence of Accessibility, select Captions.
- Choose the captions mode and when they appear. Off-captions do not appear.
How to turn off subtitles on ESPN Plus on firestick
- Play your video on Fire TV.
- Select the subtitles (CC) icon. …
- Navigate to the subtitles icon on the Fire TV remote and click on it.
- The screen will automatically turn black, which means the subtitles have been turned off.
How to turn off closed captioning on or off on Apple TV?
- On Apple TV, go to the Main Menu.
- Go to the Setting icon.
- Click the General option.
- Choose Accessibility.
- Turn on or off Closed Captions + SDH.
How to turn off subtitles on ESPN Plus on smart tv?
- Go to the General tab.
- Select Accessibility.
- Select Caption Settings, and then select Caption to enable captions.
- To turn them off, select Caption again.
How to turn off subtitles on ESPN Plus on Samsung tv?
- Go to the Samsung Home Screen, then select Settings.
- Choose General > Accessibiltiy Menu.
- Select Caption Settings, then choose Caption to turn them off, assuming subtitles are already on.
About ESPN Plus
ESPN+ features thousands of exclusive live events, original studio shows, and acclaimed series not found on ESPN. A subscription to ESPN+ allows subscribers to buy UFC PPV events and access an extensive library of on-demand content (including the entire 30 For 30 library, select ESPN Films, and game replays).
It’s a great option if you don’t have cable and want to watch some live sports without having to pay for one of the more expensive live TV services. You can’t watch NBA or NFL live, but you can watch some NHL and MLB games, lots of soccer, and a surprising amount of college sports.
How does ESPN Plus subscription work?
With ESPN+, you can watch live games, on-demand shows, and exclusive stories. Live games are unfortunately accompanied by commercials, just like regular TV. When their seasons are active, subscribers can watch live games from the MLB, NHL, and MLS; NBA and NFL games are not available live.
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ESPN Plus Free trial
No. ESPN Plus had a seven-day free trial when it launched in 2018, but this option has since been discontinued. However, there is still a way to watch ESPN Plus for free.
Currently, there are no ESPN Plus Coupon codes available. ESPN Plus does not offer discounted rates for standard monthly and annual subscriptions. The yearly plan allows you to save money on ESPN Plus, as previously mentioned.
You can also buy the Disney bundle. This bundle includes ESPN Plus, Disney Bundle, and Hulu. The bundle costs $13.99 per month instead of three separate, costly subscriptions.
Cancel your ESPN Plus Subscription
Cancellation. You can cancel your ESPN Plus Subscription and any third-party subscriptions you purchase through the ESPN+ service at any time prior to the end of the current billing period or free trial. The cancellation takes effect at the end of the current billing period or free trial.
Does live streaming on the ESPN app offer Close Captioning?
Yes, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN Deportes, SEC Network, Longhorn Network, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater, and ESPN Bases Loaded offer closed captioning. ESPN3, SEC Network +, and ACC Network Extra also offer closed captioning.
How to stream NHL on ESPN+
Subscribers to ESPN+ can watch all NHL games* at no additional charge all season long. Watch NHL games on ESPN+ by accessing the NHL hub on the ESPN app.
You can watch both home and away broadcasts of out-of-market games on ESPN+. Select games will also be available in Spanish.