Supercross Video Pass Returns to 2022 Season

There’s been exciting news for Supercross fans. The Supercross Video Pass returns to the International streaming of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

Supercross Video Pass

It is exciting news for all Supercross fans since they will be able to get fantastic coverage on the captivating actions of the Supercross event. As planned by the officials, the facility will provide the true fans the live and on-demand access options to all 17 rounds of three hours Monster Energy Supercross broadcast.

In the fourth season, the provider will also spot on Race Day Live and Qualifying coverage from all 17 rounds.

After subscribing to the Supercross Video Pass, you can enjoy all the live, extreme action spectacles plus 800 hours of archived races. That’s an enormous number since the provider dated back to the 2010 matches. Here, you could browse around the fantastic archives to find the footage that you need for previewing, entertaining, or other purposes.

Once you’ve subscribed to the Supercross Video Pass, you will be able to enjoy the service from various devices including your laptop, PC, as well as smartphone and tablet. If you’re on the go, you could just download and install the Supercross Video Pass App that is available for free on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, and Roku. Therefore, you’ll have the freedom to reserve your option to watch the upcoming events on your big screen or your mobile device. It is up to you.

Keep in mind that the Supercross Video Pass is exclusive to the customers who live outside the US territory. It costs $129.99 for the full season, which is pretty a great deal since the viewers only need to spend less than fifteen dollars per month to enjoy such big service.

In the US, one could pick NBC Sports or Peacock to see the live coverage of the off-road motorcycle prestigious event.

Peacock, for instance, will be the best place for the Monster Energy Supercross fans to enjoy both live coverage and on-demand replays of the entire 2022 season. That includes the qualifiers and races events. So, you won’t need to worry in case you are missing the show in 2022. you will be up on the right track.

The hosts Daniel Blair and Dan Hubbard will return to the 2022 Race Day Live crew to break down practice and qualifying and set the stage for the night program.

Feld Entertainment is thrilled to welcome Kristen Beat and Joseph Allen to the Race Day Live team in the year 2022. After spending years behind the microphone and camera on some of the biggest stages in live sports and entertainment, Beat and Allen bring a wealth of experience to the show.

Beat has covered college football, the NHL, the Monster Energy Cup, and the AMA Arenacross series as a field reporter for Fox Sports and NBC Sports for the past five years. Beat now works for CMT as a backstage journalist as well as the principal field reporter for the American Flat Track Series and EnduroCross series.

Allen grew up riding amateur Motocross and Arenacross, but it was his singing and songwriting that propelled him to national prominence, landing him on America’s Got Talent and winning him a Golden Buzzer. Allen brings his unique passion to the set of Race Day Live after touring the country and selling CDs all over the world, as well as appearances on NBC, MTV, the Ellen Show, People Magazine, and USA Today.

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