I heard this on SiriusXM during the morning commute. Jphn Ourand the author of this article mentioned that 2 of the digital providers listed have signed up to carry the ACC network but he was not able to see the contracts so he couldn't confirm a specific digital provider.
The ESPN-owned conference channel recently secured its first carriage agreements with digital video providers, guaranteeing that the channel will be available to consumers when it launches in August 2019. The deals mark an important first step that comes as critics question the network's viability in such a volatile media marketplace. ESPN would not identify the providers who agreed to a deal, saying it is with providers whose carriage deals run beyond 2019.
So far, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, Sling TV, YouTube TV and Hulu have deals to carry ESPN programming. It's not known which ones also will take the ACC Network, though it should be noted that ESPN's parent, Disney, owns 30 percent of Hulu.