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How are blackouts determined for ESPN GamePlan?

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ESPN GamePlan is subject to blackouts for those games in your designated region. Since ABC Sports simultaneously broadcasts several games to different regions of the country, subscribers will see one game each week on their local ABC station, not in their ESPN GamePlan subscription. As a result, the games shown on the local ABC affiliate will be blacked out on ESPN GamePlan.

The same may apply to some regionally syndicated games. ESPN GamePlan subscribers may receive some games via local TV stations. These games may also be available in the subscription or, in limited situations, could be available only via the local station and not in the subscription.

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