Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I watch my favorite high school football team this season?
Q: I’m not a Buckeye Broadband subscriber. Can I still watch?
A: Yes, our new ticketing system will allow spectators in Northwest Ohio, or anywhere, to purchase a single game streaming ticket for $11.99 to the eligible games listed above ($10 for playoff games per the OHSAA).
Q: Where does the money from the tickets go?
A: The net proceeds from each ticket sold will go to the home team’s school.
Q: When will the streaming tickets be available to purchase?
A: Streaming tickets will generally be available to purchase by Thursday at noon ET.
Q: If I buy a streaming ticket, can I only watch the game once?
A: You will be emailed a link to come back and watch later or from a different device. Note: the ticket grants you the right to one simultaneous view. Abuse of the ticket is tracked and monitored. Your streaming ticket is generally good for at least 30 days but is not guaranteed past 72 hours of purchase.
Q: If I already subscribe to Buckeye Broadband do I have to buy a ticket?
A: No, Buckeye Broadband subscribers will receive all games, from all sports with their current subscription. To sign in to BCSN Now use your myBuckeye credentials.
Q: Can I purchase a ticket to stream a volleyball, soccer, or tennis match?
A: At this current time, streaming tickets are only available for football games. All games are still available to watch with a Buckeye Broadband subscription.
Q: How can I become a Buckeye Broadband subscriber?
A: Visit https://www.buckeyebroadband.com/
Q: Is the BCSN Now app available for Roku or Amazon Fire products?
A: BCSN Now is available for Android and iOS. We do not officially support Roku and Amazon Fire products at this time.
Having issues downloading the app or logging in with your myBuckeye username/password?
Call Buckeye Broadband (419) 724-9800
Having difficulty streaming your game or purchasing a ticket?
Contact Boxcast at 888-392-2278 Ext 12 or email@example.com