Selected events and finals at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games here will be broadcast in The Bahamas and outside of the Caribbean, it has been confirmed.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) have announced sports streaming platform Oz.com will show coverage of the event, which runs through to Sunday (July 23), in all non-Caribbean countries.
Prices have been set at $3.99 (£3.08/€3.43) for a daily pass, while fans can watch all of the coverage on the platform throughout the duration of the sixth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games for a one-off fee of $9.99 (£7.71/€8.59).
It includes live streaming of selected finals and delayed broadcasts of events not shown on Bahamas-based channel Flow Sports.
Athletics, beach soccer, beach volleyball, boxing and swimming are among the sports which will be televised.
Flow Sports, a sister company of main Games sponsor the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), are broadcasting the event on free-to-air television in the Caribbean nation.
Their coverage includes selected live events as well as delayed broadcasts and highlights packages.
It is also being shown on the BTC's Facebook page.
The Organising Committee are capturing some of the action at the Games using Facebook live, while the CGF are producing a series of feature videos.
Bahamas 2017 is therefore set to be the most broadcast edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games amid growing demand for coverage of the event.
BTC had announced on the eve of the Games that they had provided a $250,000 (£192,000/€218,000) investment to help support the event.
The company are the principal sponsor of Bahamas 2017.
BTC interim chief executive Dexter Cartwright said the Games were particularly special for the company due to Flow Sports holding the local broadcast rights.
The Oz.com live stream can be found by clicking here.