ESPN kicks off PPV service

Martial arts events, original pix also included

ESPN will launch a pay-per-view service in June, the cable sports net’s latest “out-of-market” subscription service alongside its ESPN GamePlan and ESPN Full Court for NCAA football and basketball.

The service will kick off June 6-9 with a package of 24 NCAA baseball championship games. The PPV service is designed to complement planned coverage of the Super Regional and College World Series coverage on ESPN and ESPN2.

ESPN Pay-Per-View will also feature five martial arts events over the summer as well as a selection of ESPN original movies.

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