BowlTV.com is the website and video streaming service of the United States Bowling Congress.
USBC has delivered live events, along with additional video content, for more than a decade but the BowlTV.com platform expands the capabilities of USBC and is the place for bowlers to watch, learn and live the sport they love.
What does the latest iteration of BowlTV offer?
Live coverage of events at every level
USBC has livestreamed the biggest bowling events from across the globe and will continue to bring coverage of major events at every level, from youth to senior competition and everything in between.
The overlap of events on the bowling schedule, and the fact events such as the Junior Gold Championships and Intercollegiate Team Championships Sectional Qualifiers not only are held in numerous centers, but different cities, too, no longer is an issue with BowlTV’s multiple channels.
Professional Women’s Bowling Association events, including the USBC Queens and U.S. Women's Open, also will benefit from having numerous channels. BowlTV will be able to cover additional pairs at the events and fans will be able to easily navigate the channels to follow their favorite bowlers.
In addition to a chat feature available for every live event, BowlTV also offers more viewer interaction with the ability to have live polls and interactive contests.
Providing behind-the-scenes content, including expanded video features, make BowlTV the perfect place to tell the stories about the athletes, coaches and other personalities in the sport. We’ll expand our list of contributors to BowlTV and will look to bring fresh ideas to our video content, including video blogs.
Learning the sport
With a world-renowned training and research center at the International Bowling Campus, and access to many of the best coaches in the world, BowlTV will provide coaching tips to help everyone from the beginning bowler to the advanced competitor.
Bowling has a long and storied history and USBC has hundreds of hours of television shows and films that go back more than 50 years. We’ll continue to digitize these historic telecasts, including shows from PWBA broadcasts along with Team USA and World Team Challenge classics, so we can showcase the greatest bowlers in the sport’s history.
Flexibility for viewers
BowlTV.com has a great mix of free and premium subscriber content. Premium subscriptions – 9.95 per month or $79.95 per year (from now until Dec. 31, 2020, get an annual subscription for a limited-time price of $49.95) – gives consumers the flexibility when it comes to what they want to watch. And all premium subscriptions have a four-day trial period, so customers can check it out and, if they don’t love what BowlTV has to offer, they easily can cancel within the four days with no obligation.
Watch from anywhere
By following the steps below, you not only can watch BowlTV from your phone or computer, but stream to your television as well!
- Load up bowltv.com in Chrome
- Click the More menu (3 dots) on the right side of the browser
- Click Cast and select the Chromecast
- Your tab should begin casting
- Mobile (Android) vis Google Home app:
- Open Google Home app
- Go to Account menu
- Click on Mirror device
- Click on Cast Screen / Audio
- Open Web browser
- Go to bowltv.com and cast the video
Note that while there are third-party apps for iOS for Chromecast, we recommend that iOS users use AirPlay as it works natively.
- Load up bowltv.com on Safari
- Click the AirPlay button in the Mac menu bar
- Select the Apple TV
- Enter the code in the TV
- Begin the screen mirroring
- From the iOS command center, select Screen Mirroring
- Select the Apple TV from the list
- User inputs code from Apple TV
- Screen mirroring begins
- User can navigate to bowltv.com and bring up the stream on their Apple TV
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