How to Watch WNBA Games in Nigeria: WNBA League Pass Streaming Service, Schedules, and Tips

The WNBA has seen an incredible upward surge in viewership  — this 28th season being the most-watched season recorded ever in its history. Whether you're a long-time supporter or new to the game, the major reason for the success of women’s basketball in 2024 has to a large extent been the drafting of exciting rookies Angel Reese (Chicago Sky), Caitlin Clark (Indiana Fever), Cameron Brink (Los Angeles Sparks), Aaliyah Edwards (Washington Mystics)and Rickea Jackson (Los Angeles Sparks) into the WNBA.

Although veterans like A’ja Wilson (Las Vegas Aces) are breaking the WNBA record as the first player in league history to record a game of at least 36 points, 12 rebounds and 6 steals and also Arike Ogunbowale (Dallas Wings) having phenomenal back-to-back games — the draw of the fans remains the new rookies added into the WNBA, notable Caitlin Clark, that has sparked life into the league.

left to right- Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, Cameron Brink

Rookies To Watch

WNBA rookies to watch

Schedule and Viewing Tips

As a women’s basketball fan in Nigeria, the preferred way to catch the live-action games is with the WNBA League Pass. By subscribing to this streaming service, you can watch high-quality live and on-demand WNBA games. This includes all the regular season and playoff games.

To subscribe, visit the WNBA League Pass website. With your Geegpay virtual dollar card — costing only $1 to create, you can easily pay for either the WNBA League Pass monthly or annual plan. (Everything you need to know about the Geegpay virtual dollar card).

Visit the official WNBA website to check out the schedules so you don’t want to miss any of the games.

That’s it! By following these tips, you’ll be ready to enjoy every dunk, three-pointer, and buzzer-beater from the WNBA right from the comfort of your home in Nigeria.

So lace up your virtual sneakers and let’s go!