WNBA LiveAccess FAQ

What is WNBA LiveAccess?
WNBA LiveAccess provides online viewing of live and archived WNBA games all season long.

Which games are available on LiveAccess?
Every game that is not aired on ESPN2 or playing simultaneously with an ESPN2 game is available on LiveAccess. Blackouts of locally televised live games will apply. The WNBA.com schedule lists all the games on LiveAccess.

Do I have to pay for LiveAccess?
All games on LiveAccess are free in 2010. Users will need to sign up for a free WNBA.com All-Access account or sign-in with their existing All-Access username and password.

What is needed to watch games on WNBA LiveAccess?
LiveAccess is available to watched on any PC or Mac that meets the following requirements:

Windows/PC:
Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz or Intel Core 1.6GHz (SSE2-enabled processor required for AMD systems)
512MB of RAM
Microsoft Windows XP Professional or Home Edition with Service Pack 2 or Windows Vista
Microsoft DirectX compatible sound card and display adapter
Microsoft IE version 6.0 and above
Mozilla Firefox version 2.0 and above
Broadband connection, such as DSL or Cable, with at least 1Mbps available download bandwidth

Macintosh:
Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or higher
Safari 3/ Firefox 3 browser or higher
Any Mac with Intel CPU
Recommended memory is 512MB
Flash Player 9,0,28,0 or higher
Broadband connection, such as DSL or Cable, with at least 1Mbps available download bandwidth

What is the encoding rate of the LiveAccess games?
Most LiveAccess games are encoded at 1Mbps, requiring a Internet connection with at least 1Mbps available download bandwidth. Some games may be encoded at a lower rate depending on where the games are played. To check your download bandwidth, visit http://www.speedtest.net

What are locally televised blackouts?
If you are in an area that has a local station broadcasting the game, you will not be able to watch that game on LiveAccess. Check you local teams broadcast schedule to check which games are on TV in your area.

When are archives available on LiveAccess?
Most game archives will be available approximately an hour or so after the game ends. Some games may appear the next day.

My All-Access username and password do not work. How can I troubleshoot?
Reset your password here

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