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Pa-League TV to offer discount for fan club members

by on Feb.29, 2012 @ 6:21 pm, under NPB

Via Nikkan Sports, The Pacific League is revamping their streaming service and calling it Pacific League TV, or Pa-League TV.

Pacific League teams have updated their sites with information about the changes.

Softbank Hawks - Nippon Ham Fighters - Seibu Lions

Orix Buffaloes - Rakuten Eagles - Chiba Lotte Marines

Below is some of that information:

The new site will open on March 1 at 17:00.


Packages Fees

  • All you can watch: 1,500 yen / month OR 980 yen / month if you a fan club member of at least one Pacific League team
  • One game "ticket": 600 yen
  • Inter-league games: 1,500 yen (games where the Pacific League is the home team)
  • Climax Series: 2,500 yen


  • Windows / Mac
    • Internet Explorer 8+, Safari, Chrome
    • Flash Player 10+
  • Smartphone / Tablet
    • iOS3.0+ (iPhone/iPad)
    • Android 2.2+

Multi-Game View

View up to three games on one screen at once.

Video on Demand

View games from the season at any time.

10 comments on “Pa-League TV to offer discount for fan club members

  1. Steve

    No Firefox, no Linux… :(

    Oh well, at least you can make Firefox fake that it’s IE on a Windows box.

    The Pa-League TV has always been pretty good, actually.

  2. Matt

    Does any know if there is a central league version of this service? This is the first I’ve heard of this, and I would LOVE to be able to watch Tigers games.

    1. Gen Post author

      I’m afraid there is now Ce-League version of this. Would be nice, but I don’t think the league feels it is a necessity. Maybe that will change sometime down the road with DeNA owning Bay Stars.

    1. Gen Post author

      @Ryushi and @Bob Whitesell,

      Officially, it is not supposed to work outside of Japan. At least that was their line from last year. Whether or not they changed the rules for this update, I have no idea.

      If you want to watch games from outside of Japan, your best bet may be services like Justin.TV or Ustream.

    2. Steve

      It most definitely did not work directly from outside Japan. I tried it while out of the country last year – they IP check to see if you are in Japan. I doubt it has changed this year…

      So you would need at the minimum a proxy and most likely a payment method that shows you are in Japan… Sad, I wish they made it easier for overseas fans!

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