ESPN Family of Networks To Broadcast 7 Regular Season Aces Games In 2023

LAS VEGAS (March 8, 2023)–The ESPN Family of networks announced its 2023 regular season broadcast schedule this afternoon, and seven of the World Champion Las Vegas Aces games will air on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 this year.

Saturday May 20 @ Seattle ABC 12:00 pm
Saturday July 1 Connecticut ABC 12:00 pm
Saturday July 22 @ Minnesota ESPN 12:00 pm
Saturday August 6 @ New York ABC 12:00 pm
Saturday August 19 Los Angeles ESPN2 12:00 pm
Monday August 28 @ New York ESPN2 4:00 pm
Sunday September 10 Phoenix (T-Mobile Arena) ESPN2 12:00 pm


In all there will be 25 national TV broadcasts of WNBA games during the regular season spread across ABC, ESPN and ESPN2. The WNBA Playoffs presented by Google will feature up to 27 nationally-televised games, including the WNBA Finals presented by YouTube TV. In addition, history will be made on Saturday, July 15 when the 2023 AT&T WNBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas airs for the first time in primetime on ABC (5:30 pm PT).

Added coverage will be provided by WNBA Countdown presented by Google—ESPN’s pregame show introduced during the 2022 WNBA postseason—which will now be available throughout the regular season with at least 10 editions immediately preceding game broadcasts.

The complete television and streaming schedule, including games on CBS Television Network, Paramount+, CBS Sports Network, NBA TV, Meta Horizon Worlds, and Twitter will be announced at a later date.

Earlier today, the Aces and Gray Media Group/FOX5 KVVU announced their partnership making FOX5 the Official Broadcast Home of the Las Vegas Aces. All non-nationally televised games will be broadcast on Silver State Sports & Entertainment Network (SSSEN), excluding any games which are nationally televised. In addition, a minimum of 10 games will be broadcast on FOX5. The complete local television schedule will be made available once the entirety of the national broadcast schedule is announced.

Each SSSEN broadcast will include a 30-minute pregame and postgame show, as will each FOX5 broadcast, schedule permitting. For fans who are unable to view the original telecast, games will be re-broadcast on SSSEN the following day.

The Aces and Gray Media Group are also partnering on a weekly, 30-minute show featuring highlights, interviews and behind-the-scenes access to the 2022 World Champions as they look to become the first WNBA team to repeat as champions in more than two decades.