Storm Broadcast Schedule for all 2023 Games

All 40 Storm games can be watched or streamed in the Puget Sound area

SEATTLE — There will be no shortage of ways for fans in the Seattle area to catch all 40 Seattle Storm games this season as the WNBA announced the full national broadcast schedule today.

As announced earlier this month, 30 Storm games can be seen locally on FOX 13 or FOX 13+ in the Seattle area while the remaining 10 will be available nationally on ABC, ESPN, or ION TV. ABC or ESPN will carry five Storm games on its national platform including three of the first seven games of the season. In addition, ION, which is KWPX channel 33 in Seattle, is carrying five games as part of a national broadcast partnership with the WNBA announced last week.

All 30 non-nationally televised Storm games are also available on Amazon Prime Video, the official streaming home of the Seattle Storm. Four Storm games will be available nationwide as part of Amazon’s broadcast partnership with the WNBA with the remaining 26 available to fans throughout Washington state.

CBS and CBS Sports Network will once again carry WNBA games throughout the season with eight games available on CBSSN and the Storm’s game at Dallas on June 17 available on the flagship CBS channel nationwide. NBA TV will also simulcast nine Storm games this season beginning with Seattle game vs Connecticut on June 20.

Fans can also catch a pair of Storm games on Twitter and on Meta VR this season as the social media platforms will stream Seattle’s home game vs Phoenix on June 24 and the Storm game at Indiana on Aug. 24.

To view the full schedule with the latest broadcast information, visit

Single game tickets along with Storm Mini Plans, and Group Experiences are available for the 2023 season. For more information, visit, or call 206-217-WNBA (9622).