TigerVision HD 2013 Ordering Information/FAQ
LSU Sports Interactive
To easily find this page, visit www.LSUsports.net/tigervision.
As a service to those who do not have access via their cable/satellite provider in Louisiana or South Carolina, LSUsports.net will offer the same broadcast (for the same price) online. By SEC rules, LSU is not allowed to offer this as part of the Geaux Zone subscription package. Ordering information is available below.
Please check back for complete ordering information as it becomes available.
IMPORTANT NOTE: ESPN GamePlan's carriage of the games is blacked-out in Louisiana and South Carolina. Package subscribers will be required to order the TigerVision game separately from their ESPN GamePlan Package. Those fans outside of Louisiana may order the game through ESPN GamePlan by contacting the cable or satellite provider. ESPN will also offer an online stream (blacked out in Louisiana and South Carolina) on WatchESPN.com.
Use the information and FAQ below to find ordering information, or contact your LOCAL cable provider for details.
COX COMMUNICATIONS - GREATER LOUISIANA
Cox Greater Louisiana will offer the game on Digital Cable in Standard Definition (SD) Channel 150 or High Definition (HD) on Channel 1150, at a price of $34.50. Cox Digital Cable is required to receive the any pay-per-view programming. Cox Customers may pick up digital receivers at any of the area's Service Centers. To order, customers can tune to Channel 150 for SD or Channel 1150 for HD or call one of the following numbers:
Baton Rouge: (225) 615-1000
Lafayette area: (888) 215-8474
Cox Business customers (bars & restaurants) can get the games in Standard Definition or High Definition by calling the phone numbers below. (Commercial establishments must contact Cox Business to arrange for authorization)
Baton Rouge area: (866) 393-5894
Lafayette area: (866) 393-5894
COX COMMUNICATIONS - NEW ORLEANS
Cox New Orleans will offer the game on Digital Cable in Standard Definition (SD) Channel 150 or High Definition (HD) on Channel 1150, at a price of $34.50. . Cox Digital Cable is required to receive the any pay-per-view programming. Cox Customers may pick up digital receivers at any of the area's Service Centers. To order, customers can tune to Channel 150 for SD or Channel 1150 for HD or call one of the following numbers:
New Orleans - 504-304-8444 (Orleans, Jefferson, St. Charles & St. Bernard Parish)
Cox Business customers in the Greater New Orleans area (bars & restaurants) can get the games in Standard Definition or High Definition by calling (866) 393-5894. (Commercial establishments must contact Cox Business to arrange for authorization)
(Louisiana and South Carolina)
Customers may order using their remote control while tuned to Channel 635 (SD) or Channel 1635 (HD).
CHARTER CABLE CUSTOMERS IN LOUISIANA:
Charter Communications customers in Slidell, St. Tammany, Hammond, Thibodaux, Bourg, Terrebonne Parish, Lafourche Parish, Eunice, Jennings, Church Point and Opelousas systems can view the game on digital cable Channel TBD. Customers with Charter Digital TV receivers will be able to order the event by simply using their remote control to select the game from the on-screen interactive viewing guide menu or calling or call 1-888-GET CHARTER (1-888-438-2427).
ALLEN'S TV CABLE (Morgan City)
Allen's TV Cable in Morgan City customers may order the game on Channel 600 (standard definition) or Channel 601 (high definition).
CLEAR CHOICE COMMUNICATIONS (Plaquemine)
Clear Choice will offer the game on Digital Cable at a price of $34.50. Digital receiver is required to receive the event on Channel 150. Clear Choice is offering this game in Standard Definition only. Clear Choice customers may pick up digital receivers at the Clear Choice Retail Office. To order, customers may call 225-687-7000
Comcast will offer the game on XFINTY Digital TV. XFINITY Digital TV is required to receive any pay-per-view programming. Comcast customers may pick up digital converters at the Comcast Customer Service Center in West Monroe on 405 Kiroli Road, in Houma at 104 Lois Road and in Shreveport at 6529 Quilen Road. To order, customers can tune to the channel below or call 1-800-XFINITY:
Monroe/West Monroe: TBD
Comcast Business Class customers (bars & restaurants) can get the game by calling 1-800-391-3000. (commercial establishments must contact Comcast Business Class to arrange for authorization).
DIRECTV CUSTOMERS IN LOUISIANA AND SOUTH CAROLINA:
DirecTV customers can find the TigerVision game on their service. To order the game, simply put your DirecTV receiver on Channel 785 (SD) or Channel 785-1 (HD) anytime between Thursday and kickoff and order through your remote control. DirecTV Commercial Subscribers (restaurants, bars, etc.) need to call (888) 200-4388 to order the game. (NOTE: Outside of Louisiana and South Carolina, check ESPN GamePlan for listings).
DISH NETWORK CUSTOMERS IN LOUISIANA AND SOUTH CAROLINA:
Dish Network customers can find the TigerVision game on their service. To order, simply put your Dish Network system on the Channel 459 and order through your remote control.
EATEL (Ascension, Livingston)
EATEL will offer the game to all TV customers for $34.50. To order, customers with set-top boxes can tune to Channel 523 and follow the on-screen instructions. Call 621-4300 for more information.
LUS Fiber will offer the game in HD to all digital video subscribers for $34.50. Digital video service and a digital receiver is required for pay-per-view programming. To order, simply tune to Channel 499 and follow the on screen instructions. Call (337) 99-FIBER (337-993-4237) for more information.
LUS Fiber Business customers (bars & restaurants) can get the game by calling the phone number listed above. (Commercial establishments must contact LUS Fiber to arrange for authorization).
The following Suddenlink cable systems in Louisiana will offer Saturday's TigerVision game, all on the channels below. NOTE: Suddenlink is offering this game in Standard Definition only. Customers may also call 888-822-5151 to order the game.
Alexandria, Bastrop, Bossier City, Boyce, Deridder, Ebarb, Lake Charles, Iowa, Sulphur, Leesville, Anacoco, Minden, Natchitoches, Ruston, Winnfield: Channel 635
Lecompte Upgrade, Moreauville, Simmesport: Channel 878
VISION COMMUNICATIONS (Lafourche)
Vision Communcations will offer the game to all TV customers for $34.50 on Channel 155. To order, customers can call 985-693-0123. A digital set-top box is required.
(states of Louisiana and South Carolina only)
As a service to fans who cannot view the LSU game through their home cable or satellite provider, LSUsports.net will offer the TigerVision pay-per-view broadcast online. Residents of Louisiana and South Carolina may order TigerVision Online via LSUsports.net by clicking here.
The price will be the same as the television broadcast ($34.50), with a $10 discount for current video subscribers of the Geaux Zone.*
Click here for an example of the GameCenter that will be used for the TigerVision Online pay-per-view stream.
Fans who plan to watch TigerVision through conventional methods (i.e. television set-top box) must contact their cable/satellite provider using the information above. DO NOT order online unless you wish to watch TigerVision on your computer via LSUsports.net in the Geaux Zone.
NOTE: Commercial Establishments that wish to offer the TigerVision Online stream in the establishment must purchase a $250 commercial license of the TigerVision broadcast.
* Per Southeastern Conference regulations, LSU Athletics may not offer this pay-per-view broadcast as part of an online subscription service such as the Geaux Zone. Therefore, current Geaux Zone subscribers MUST LOGIN before ordering the PPV broadcast in order to receive the discount.
Frequently Asked TigerVision Questions:
1. What is TigerVision?
A. TigerVision is the in-house pay-per-view broadcast of selected LSU Athletic events.
2. What is the cost of TigerVision?
A. $34.50 per subscription.
3. I am a DirecTV or Dish Network subscriber. What should I do to view these games?
If you are in Louisiana or South Carolina, you can order TigerVision through your remote control only at the channel listed above (available Wednesday prior to the game). Please do NOT call your satellite provider, as they will not have information on TigerVision. If you are outside of Louisiana and South Carolina, you will need to subscribe to ESPN's GamePlan service to receive these games via your satellite provider. There are weekly and annual subscriptions available.
4. I DO NOT have a satellite dish at home. How do I get TigerVision at my home in Louisiana or South Carolina?
A. Call your local cable provider to order the game. Cox Cable subscribers in Baton Rouge must have a digital receiver in order to get the contest on TigerVision, and the game will be carried in the Baton Rouge metro area.
5. I called my local cable affiliate and they told me that they were not going to be carrying the LSU game on TigerVision.
A. TigerVision has been OFFERED to every cable affiliate in the state of Louisiana and South Carolina. Whether they carry the game or not is their discretion and NOT the LSU Athletics Department.
6. I HAVE a C-Band satellite dish (large, moveable dishes) at my home. How do I get TigerVision at my home in Louisiana or South Carolina?
A. Call 1-800-887-8277.
7. I use the Dish Network. How do I get TigerVision at my home in Louisiana or South Carolina?
A. On the day of the game, order using your remote control.
8. I have Direct TV. How do I get TigerVision at my home in Louisiana or South Carolina?
A. On the day of the game, simply order through your remote control on the channel listed above. Customers outside of Louisiana and South Carolina may receive the game through ESPN's GamePlan package.
9. I am in charge of one of LSU's "Official Alumni Chapters." How do I receive access to TigerVision for my chapter?
A. Through ESPN's GamePlan Service (LSU's game is not available in Louisiana or South Carolina via ESPN GamePlan).
10. If I live in Louisiana or South Carolina, can I order ESPN's GamePlan Package?
A. No. This game will be blacked-out in Louisiana and South Carolina on ESPN's GamePlan Service.
11. Will TigerVision be offered in High Definition?
A. Yes. For the first time, the broadcast will be made available to cable providers in HD. Please note, however, that some providers may not be able to accomodate the HD signal and therefore may only offer a standard definition broadcast in a 16:9 ratio.
TigerVision Online Only
12. If I purchase TigerVision Online on LSUsports.net, can I watch it on through my cable or satellite set-top box?
A. No. Cable and satellite customers must use the information above to order TigerVision on their television. Customers who purchase TigerVision Online through LSUsports.net can only access the streaming video of the game on their computer.
13. How do I order TigerVision Online to watch the game on my computer?
A. Residents of Louisiana or South Carolina may order online starting Oct. 20, 2013. At that time, you will see an option to purchase this Pay-Per-View stream here. If you are a current Geaux Zone member, please login before registering in order to get the $10 discount to subscribers.
14. Why is TigerVision Online only available in Louisiana and South Carolina?
A. SEC rules prohibit the host institution from offering pay-per-view broadcasts outside of the home states of the participating teams. Fans outside of Louisiana and South Carolina may purchase the game through ESPN's GamePlan package.
15. Will the TigerVision Online be available in the LSUsports for iPad app?
A. Yes, it will be available with the 2013-14 version of the app. However, users will not be able to purchase TigerVision Online via the app. For more information about our apps, please visit www.LSUsports.net/apps.