This unique offering in the amateur sports world allows those unable to attend the tournament the opportunity to watch their children, grandchildren, relatives or friends participate in NSC events. The games will be available live and also for purchase on a flash drive after the game, so players, parents and others who are there in person can still watch the webcasts at a later time.
Can you tell me about your webcasting service?
Games can be viewed live over the internet on this page. These webcasts are very similar to a television broadcast, except that webcasts are shown on the Internet. One can adjust the size of the viewing screen on a computer or connect the stream to a TV.
After the live internet viewing has expired, you can purchase a copy of the game to keep forever on a DVD for $15.
Is there play-by-play commentary?
Yes, NSCgamecast takes pride in hiring the best on-air staff available. Some of our games even offer color commentators as well.
Are archived webcasts available?
Yes. After the game has ended, you can always purchase a copy of the game on a DVD. DVD games are exactly the same as the broadcast over the internet, complete with the NSC’s great play-by-play announcing.
How do I buy a game on a DVD?
If you are at the game in person, just stop by our broadcast location and we can copy the game for you in a few minutes. At the Schwan Super Rink, the broadcast location is easily identifiable at the top of the bleachers. On soccer field U2, it’s directly east of the field on the top of the hill. In the NSC Stadium, it’s in the press box.
If you are ordering a game later, just call 763.238.1702 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I pay for a game on a DVD?
We accept cash, checks or credit/debit cards.
Are games archived to watch later on the website?
No, the only way to watch a game after it's been webcast live is to purchase a DVD.
Can I download a webcast to my computer?
Live webcasts cannot be downloaded to your computer.
How much does it cost to watch/buy a game?
Live webcasts are free! The price of DVD games varies.