The main streamers from the United States, Mexico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India will make up ESPN3 and ESPN2 in the U.S. and ESPN1 and ESPNU in Canada.
The U.K. is home to ESPN2.1 and the U/L, L/R, and XL/XLII channels.
ESPN3 will debut in the United Kingdom this fall.
In Canada, ESPN3 has a total of 17 main streams, including the ESPN3.1 service that includes the Premier League and CFL, as well as the ESPN4 channel.
ESPN2 has 14 main streams and ESPN4 has seven.
In the United Arab Emirates, ESPN2 is available to U.A.E. viewers, while ESPN3 is available in Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
ESPN4 will be available in Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
The channel in the Palestinian territories, Israel, Jordan and Gaza will also carry the service.ESPN3 andESPN2 will be part of a deal that begins in 2018.
ESPN has not yet announced which networks will be the first to launch in the new era.ESPN, which has about 1.7 billion U.B.C. subscribers, is part of ESPN Worldwide, which is owned by Disney.
The company will have ESPN, ESPN, Turner Sports, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Originals, as its official television channels.
The deals include a partnership with ESPN that includes programming from the networks.