FuboTV Subscribers Can Stream Live Sports and More Via TV Everywhere
Access to Network Websites and Apps – Including Additional, Exclusive Content – Now Available as Part of Fubo Premier Subscription
NEW YORK(11 May 2017)
fuboTV (fubo.tv), the leading sports-first streaming TV service in the U.S., is bringing its subscribers yet another way to access sports, news and entertainment programming from its network partners.
In addition to streaming their favorite programming live, on demand or via DVR on fubo.tv, and through Fubo's mobile and over-the-top (OTT) apps (see below for a full list of compatible devices), subscribers can now use their fuboTV name and password to log directly into several popular channels’ websites and apps. This includes access to live and on demand programming – including additional content exclusive to these platforms – at no additional cost.
As of today, this includes TV Everywhere destinations (affiliated apps are in parentheses) for:
Bravo (Bravo Now)
E! (E! Now)
Esquire TV Now
FOX (FOX NOW)
Fox Sports* (FOX Sports GO)
Hallmark Channel (Hallmark Channel Everywhere)
National Geographic (Nat Geo TV)
Nat Geo WILD (Nat Geo TV)
Oxygen (Oxygen Now)
Sprout (Sprout Now)
Syfy (Syfy Now)
USA Network (USA Now)
UNIVERSO (Universo Now)
*Fox Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) are available through FOX Sports GO
fuboTV also expects to add TV Everywhere destinations for Golf Channel and NBC Sports nationally, along with NBC Sports RSNs in select markets, in the future.
In addition to the above, Fubo subscribers continue to have access to beIN SPORTS CONNECT, the TV Everywhere service from beIN SPORTS, including overflow channels that carry sports programming beyond the network's traditional, linear channels. Similarly, sports fans can use Fubo credentials to watch programming that is exclusive to other apps, including NASCAR and soccer bonus feeds as well as live events from the Big East Digital Network on FOX Sports GO.
This access is included with a subscription to "Fubo Premier" – the recently-launched 50-channel bundle currently being offered at a discounted introductory rate of $34.99 per month.
With more sports-focused services than any competitor's entry-level package – including local team coverage through RSNs from Fox Networks Group and NBCUniversal – Fubo Premier is available with no long-term contract and for a free seven-day trial.
A list of all sports and entertainment channels available via Fubo Premier, as well as several add-on options is available at fubo.tv/welcome/channels, and a full list of channels, broken down by the sports they carry, can be seen on this chart.
fuboTV is a sports-first streaming TV service that brings subscribers over-the-top (OTT) access to a growing line-up of national channels and regional sports networks (RSNs) that hold rights to the most popular sports in the world. Officially launched in January 2015 as a streaming soccer service, fuboTV has evolved into one of the leading virtual MVPDs in the U.S., with its entry-level Fubo Premier bundle offering more than 50 channels, including 27 that carry sports, and bringing customers access to popular entertainment, news and information content that complements this core offering. It is available on desktop or mobile web via www.fubo.tv; on Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick; Android and iOS devices; Apple TV; Chromecast; Kindle Fire; Roku; and through T-Mobile’s Binge On. The company has raised a total of $20.6 million in funding to date. Its $15 million Series B round closed in February 2016, led by Sky and 21st Century Fox and including DCM Ventures, i2bf, Luminari Capital, LionTree Partners, former CEO and Chairman of Warner Music Group Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Chris Silbermann (founding partner, ICM Partners) and former NBA Commissioner David Stern.