Thanks for that information. When I linked it, I had the option to add it to my Google calendar. This morning I got an alarm on my Android phone.
Since this game is not being broadcast in our area, I am watching it using my $38 Android box connected to my 65" 2016 Samsung TV.
From my subjective observation, the video quality is almost as good as the broadcast HD channels. The audio is stereo only, and I am used to Dolby Digital from my broadcast HD channels.
My OTA media consumption is from my no name cheap inexpensive Radio Shack antenna mounted on the end of my roof. I receive about 36 usable channels, including all the major providers in the metro Detroit area.
That antenna is feeding my 65" Samsung TV and two HDHomeRun networked tuners for a total of 4 external tuners. I am using three different DVR/PVR solutions, but slowly transitioning to the HDHomeRun DVR running on my WDMyCloud NAS.
With the networked tuners, I can watch live TV anywhere in my home on any TV. I have an assortment of inexpensive hardware to interface with my TV's, including an Xiaomi Mi box ($70 from Walmart), and a couple of Nexus Players. On my main TV, I have several different inexpensive and a couple of expensive devices attached to my TV from my Denon AVR, and a couple of HDMI switches.
After 4 years and more that two dozen of these different inexpensive boxes, my go to box now is a $38 Android box running a modded Android TV OS. It plays Netflix in 1080p, and my TV channels perfectly using Kodi or the HDHomeRun app or the builtin Live Channels from the Android Nougat OS.
One additional comment, I am able to watch any of my broadcast channels from my older LG Android cell phone, anywhere in the world.
Using one of my low powered, low cost devices, I run Emby Server. Similar to Plex, it broadcast my media over the WAN, so I can watch my live TV channels out of my local network. I can either use my cellular data (4G) or WiFi, in other words, when I was out of state, I watched my local TV streams on my cell phone.