The Masters Tournament offers professional golfers the opportunity to grab the first title of the four major championships. The 2019 edition saw the historic triumph of golf legend, Tiger Woods. It marked a remarkable comeback story that not many would have predicted.
Expect the usual excitement and thrills that come with The Masters. Every year, the tournament holds at the Augusta National Golf Club, a private golf course that has a length of 7,475 yards or 6,835 m. The 2020 edition slated for the 9th of April to the 16th of April will be the 84th edition of the annual championship. The Masters is traditionally slated for the first full week of every April – and the 2020 edition follows that trend.
The 2020 edition will be the first time since 1963 that the tournament will not be available for free-to-air coverage. This is because Sky Sports, a paid-broadcasting network acquired exclusive rights for televising the tournament in the region. As a result, watching The Masters on streaming-compatible devices like Roku will be even more appealing.
You can watch The Masters live on Roku Devices – Roku offers access to live action of the tournament through ESPN and CBS All Access. Note that ESPN and CBS are the two official broadcasters of the tournament in the United States; ESPN will televise the first two rounds while CBS will handle the broadcast of the last two rounds.
Roku devices support both cable and streaming access; this means you can enjoy The Masters using your ESPN satellite subscription or on ESPN channels available on streaming services such as Hulu, Sling TV, YouTube TV and many more.
Roku devices support viewing through paid-subscription on CBS All Access or through streaming services like AT&T TV Now, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV and more. Access to Masters Golf Tournament live stream on these services is limited to some regions.