Breakers to live stream home games in 2013

MediaBoss Television to provide live broadcast

The Boston Breakers have teamed up with MediaBoss Television to provide live broadcast of all 11 Breakers home games this season. Each broadcast will feature high-definition, multi-camera excitement that is typical of other professional sports leagues. Framingham, Massachusetts based MediaBoss Television can bring the live play-by-play action to any audience, anywhere in the world.

The Boston Breakers have teamed up with MediaBoss Television to provide live broadcast of all 11 Breakers home games this season.

Each broadcast will feature high-definition, multi-camera excitement that is typical of other professional sports leagues. Framingham, Massachusetts based MediaBoss Television can bring the live play-by-play action to any audience, anywhere in the world.

“I am very excited about the partnership with MediaBoss Television.  The work they do is some of the best I have seen,” Breakers General Manager Lee Billiard said. “Watching Boston Breakers live streamed games will be like watching a soccer game on ESPN. The HD stream is great. The people over at MediaBoss TV have been a pleasure to work with. They want to put out a high-quality product that will offer our fans the best viewing when you cannot make it to Dilboy Stadium. We have turned this around in a very short time, and I am excited to launch this stream and build on it over the season.”

Fans can watch the Breakers games live via a streaming service of their choice on the device of their choice (PC, Mac, or mobile device). Games will air live on Fans also will be able to view the games in their entirety on the Boston Breakers YouTube Channel, BostonBreakersTV, 1-2 days following the game.

Each game costs $4.99 plus applicable service fee. The streams will not be geo-blocked, allowing anyone in the world who has Internet access or mobile service to be able to watch the games.

"MediaBoss is proud to partner with the Boston Breakers of the National Women’s Soccer League,” Creative Boss Ian Barrett said. “The Boston Breakers commitment to excellence on the pitch is echoed by MediaBoss’ commitment to excellence in broadcasting and we look forward to an exciting 2013 season.”

The Breakers are also excited to present the broadcast team of Scott Sudikoff, Madeline Sattler, and Alexandra Sims. Sudikoff is entering his second season working with the Breakers. In 2012, he was a part-time public address announcer at Dilboy Stadium. Currently he can be heard as a sports flash anchor on 93.7 WEEI-FM in Boston. Sudikoff is also the play-by-play voice of UMass Lowell basketball and he serves as a freelance PA announcer and radio broadcaster at Boston College, Harvard, and Northeastern. During the summer, he is the PA announcer for the Brockton Rox of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League and he also spent three years as a radio broadcaster in minor league baseball. A 2008 graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in broadcast journalism, Sudikoff grew up in Sharon, Mass.

Sattler, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, currently lives in Boston, pursuing a journalism degree at Northeastern University with the goal of working in the sports broadcasting field. A contributor to the Huntington News, Northeastern’s student newspaper, Sattler covers a variety of sports. She’s featured in sports packages for Northeastern TV and also interns at Cox Sports in Rhode Island, where she has done standups, promos, and sports packages.

Sims, a native of Plymouth, Massachusetts,currently works in production at WHDH-TV (Channel 7), the Boston NBC affiliate. She graduated from Syracuse University and while there, worked for both the University’s television station (Citrus TV) as well as the city’s popular radio station, WAER covering local sports. She also worked in the city for the ABC affiliate, WSYR. As an intern in London, she worked for NBC Universal in the International News Department. After graduation from college, Sims has had a variety of media positions, working locally in Plymouth for PAC TV, covering high school sports, and most recently for ESPN Boston High School, covering football.

FAQ LIVE events

When is this happening? 
On each game day, you will come back here and watch the show LIVE! 
If you are living in a different city or country, you can check the exact times for the show here:

What do I need to watch? 
You need a minimum of 1.5mb download Internet speed for the best quality, check at Most devices and operating systems are supported: Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® Mac® or Linux OS with Adobe® Flash® or tablet including Google® Android™ devices and Apple® iPad® or iPhone® devices will work. We are streaming a lower bitrate feed that works over most 3G and 4G services. Please consult with your local access carrier for rules and regulations. Please be aware that we are not responsible for data connection charges to view the stream on any platform or service. 
NOTE: For tablet and mobile device the stream will not appear until it is live.

Do I need to download anything to view the live stream? 
No. Once you purchase the ticket you have instant access to the Internet video stream. The video plays automatically in your browser from the device you purchase it on. It works on PC, Mac®, tablet or smartphone. But you have to ensure you have a proper broadband connection for video.

What is a Cleeng account? 
Cleeng simplifies the access to unique quality content. Using your Facebook, Google or Yahoo! account, it takes just a few seconds to create a Cleeng account and then purchase access using [Visa, MasterCard, Mobile/SMS or PayPal]. Cleeng keeps track of the content you buy so you can read it later on any of your devices.

Is my Credit Card Secure? 
Yes, fully! Your profile, balance and access information are securely stored on the Cleeng servers. All actual transactions are done on the Cleeng servers using 256bits SSL encryption, and payment processing meets the highest PCI Compliance standards.

Is the live stream available on mobile devices? 
Yes it is! When you click to buy, your mobile browser will open a new window. After you have created your Cleeng account and purchased your Access, just go back to the site. 
You can connect from your computer, phone or tablet anytime you want to. If you purchased your ticket before on a different device, simply login with your Cleeng account from and again you’ll have full access.

Can I book in advance? How do I access the show on game day? 
We actually recommend you book your ticket in advance. This way, you avoid the queue (even on the Internet, it can happen!). Then connect a few minutes before the show. Two ways to get access to the show: 

1. From the email receipt you received from Cleeng (check your spam, it may happen it was wrongly classified) 

2. Directly on the site, and click "Already purchased?". Enter your credentials, and that’s it!

Can I watch from different computers or phones at the same time?

Yes, when you purchased on one computer/tablet/phone you can simply use the same credentials to watch on another device. You should bear in mind your access can be restricted when our systems detect abuse. To avoid your account being cut off, don’t use more than two different devices just before and during the event.

How to get the most out of the livestream video player? 
The video stream is provided by, a worldwide leader in live streaming. To ensure the best computer video and audio quality, please have a look at the Livestream FAQ

Important requests to be made? 
On behalf of the Boston Breakers, Cleeng teams will provide support during the event. Due to high traffic on game days, critical requests will be handled first, so please moderate your questions and only send if very urgent. Please try not to send multiple emails. Send your requests here

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