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How do blackouts affect Sports Pack?

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In accordance with blackout rules, customers who subscribe to SPORTS PACK will not receive professional games outside their market on these channels. Out-of-market games are sold separately via professional sports subscription packages like NFL SUNDAY TICKET, NBA LEAGUE PASS, NHL CENTER ICE, MLB INNINGS, and MLS DIRECT KICK. Use the RSN Coverage by Zip Code to determine which teams are available in your area.

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