Details on how to watch the AMA Supercross opener from Anaheim for both international and U.S. viewers can be found below.
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The announcement of the SuperMotocross Video Pass for international viewers is great news for viewers outside of the U.S, with subscribers able to access Monster Energy Supercross, Pro Motocross and the season ending SuperMotocross all in the one package.
For further details on the platform keep reading, as the description underneath from the SMX website (http://www.supermotocross.tv) provides an in-depth outline of what’s included.
SuperMotocross Video Pass is the official, exclusive home to stream the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross Season, the 2023 AMA Pro Motocross Season, the two newly created SuperMotocross Playoffs and Finals. Don’t miss a minute of this newly developed 31 race, 10 month season package that allows fans unlimited access to view the world’s best off-road motorcycle athletes compete on the world’s biggest stage and all under one platform.
Below is what international fans, from any country all over the world, will get with the SuperMotocross Video Pass:
- Live and on-demand access to stream the entire 17-round schedule of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship, all 11 AMA Pro Motocross Championship events, plus the SuperMotocross World Championship Playoffs and Final.
- All 31 rounds of the “Race Day Live” pre-show, giving fans insider access to everything happening from each 2023 race location, including qualifying, pre-race interviews and analysis, fantasy league suggestions and much more.
- Race highlights from all 31 rounds.
- Extra content & features like the 2023 SMX Season preview show, which will launch on January 1, 2023.
- Extensive archives of previous seasons of both SX and MX.
The full season subscription is $159.99 USD (£135 roughly) for unlimited access to all that content for the 2023 season.
The 2023 SuperMotocross World Championship series and Monster Energy Supercross season begins this Saturday, January 7 from Angel Stadium of Anaheim in California live at 10 p.m. ET on Peacock and USA Network. The 50th season of Supercross racing kicks off with four consecutive weeks of Supercross races taking place in California, with stops in Oakland and San Diego, as well.
Reigning Supercross champion Eli Tomac looks to defend his title against two-time Supercross champion Cooper Webb, 2018 Supercross champion Jason Anderson, Ken Roczen, Chase Sexton, Malcolm Stewart, and Justin Barcia in the star-studded 450SX Class. Barcia has won three out of the last four 450SX Class season opening races. The Western Regional 250SX Class features defending Eastern Regional 250SX Class champion Jett Lawrence, Austin Forkner, Cameron McAdoo, and RJ Hampshire.
Race Day Live qualifying coverage on Saturday from Anaheim gets underway at 4:30 p.m. ET exclusively on Peacock. All Supercross live coverage, including races, heats, and qualifying, plus on-demand replays, will be available on Peacock. Click here for more details.
NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app will provide live streaming coverage of Saturday’s race. An encore presentation of the race will air Sunday at 2 p.m. ET on NBC and Monday on CNBC at 1 a.m. ET.
A record 31 races across Supercross and Pro Motocross will be presented across Peacock, NBC, CNBC, USA Network, and NBC Sports digital platforms in 2023, culminating with two SuperMotocross World Championship Playoff events and the SuperMotocross World Championship Final. The complete schedule can be found here.
- Play by Play: Leigh Diffey
- Analyst: Ricky Carmichael
- Reporters: Daniel Blair, Will Christien
HOW TO WATCH
- TV – USA Network, NBC, CNBC
- Streaming – Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app