Town Ball Minnesota

Fan Support

Solutions to Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Click "Sign In" in the top right corner of the screen. If on mobile, tap the three lines near the top left corner of the screen and then tap "Sign In."
  2. Select "Sign up now"

  3. Enter your email address and then click "Send Verification Code"
  4. You will receive an email with a verification code. Be sure to check Spam or Junk folders if you do not see it after a few minutes. Enter the code and click "Verify"
  5. Enter the rest of your contact information then click "Create."
  6. Still having issues? Let us know!

Subscriptions can be cancelled from your My Account page.

Expand the Subscription Status panel to see the status of your existing subscription. If you wish to cancel, you can click this link.

You will be asked to confirm that you wish to cancel. Once you click Yes, your subscription will be flagged for cancellation on the date it would have renewed. You will continue to enjoy access to all subscription content at until the cancellation date.

If you change your mind and wish to resume your subscription, you can re-enroll any time after the current subscription is ended.

Did the event just start? If so, there are usually two reasons why you cannot watch.

  1. The event is starting later than its posted time. We try to keep you updated on delayed starts with a note on the home page.

  2. There is a delay in getting the stream started. We do our best to prevent this, but sometimes we run into unforeseen technical difficulties at one of our many venues we stream at.

    We monitor all streams. If a game is not running, we are working as quickly as we can to resolve the problem. If we’re expecting a significant delay, we will post a note on the home page.

    In short, if it’s only a couple minutes past the scheduled start time, give in a few more minutes and refresh the page. If it’s been more than 5 minutes past the start time and there is no note published, we want to hear from you.

    Click here to fill out [ this form ]. We’ll help you get it working.

Streaming video needs to buffer sometimes. Usually, the issue is the amount of bandwidth between us and your device (computer, tablet, or phone), but sometimes the issue can be the device itself.

Here are some options to resolve this from easiest to hardest:

  1. Refresh your web browser.
  2. Reboot your device. Sign back in and try again.
  3. Check your Wi-Fi signal strength. A weak signal or multiple devices on the same Wi-Fi router can cause the connection to become sluggish. If possible, try moving closer to your Wi-Fi router. Or if anyone else is also streaming, ask them to hit pause. Does the video playback get better? If so, sounds like you need more bandwidth from your internet provider. If you’re streaming via cellular data, try moving to a spot with better reception. Another issue with cellular data arises when you use your allotted bandwidth and your service provider throttles your connection. Have you been watching too much NSPN.TV on your cellphone?
  4. It could be a problem on our side. Sometimes we experience bandwidth fluctuations at the venues we stream from. In this case, we’re aware of it and are working to adjust accordingly in order to give you the best possible streaming quality we can. If it’s still not getting better within 10 minutes of the start time, please [ contact us here ].

This can occur due to a connection failure at the venue, but can also occur because of your ISP. If you see this, try refreshing the page. Logging out and logging back in is unnecessary.

If the failure is at the venue, we are working diligently to resolve. Check the Home page to see if we have posted a note about the event.

If the event is still not working after 5 minutes, please [ contact us here ].

NSPN.TV is web-based streaming service so viewing on your computer gives you the best viewing experience. 

Depending your setup, you can still view the games on your TV by:
  • Casting to your SmartTV 
  • Opening up the site on a built in web browser your SmartTV
  • Connecting your computer to your TV via an HDMI cable
Please note: refunds will not be given for any issues viewing games on a TV.

A stream lets you watch the game live or on-demand as many times as you want. A download gives you a digital video file (MP4) that you can keep on your computer or a thumb-drive. Downloads make great gifts.

45TV holds the rights to many Minnesota state tournament events including:
  • Football: Finals
  • Girls Hockey: Semifinals and Finals
  • Boys Hockey: Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and Finals
  • Girls Basketball: Semifinals and Finals
  • Boys Basketball: Semifinals and Finals
NSPN.TV works with 45TV each season to be able to provide digital downloads of their tournament coverage. Updates on when those events are available will be posted on the homepage of the site. 

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