fuboTV today announced a game changing deal for soccer fans in the United States with the news that they’ll be adding networks from NBC, FOX Sports and Telemundo in addition to entertainment and sport channels from NBA TV, The Big Ten Network and A&E.
For soccer fans, the list of new channels that fuboTV will be adding in the coming weeks includes NBCSN, NBC, CNBC, NBC Universo, Telemundo, FOX, FS1, FS2, FOX Sports Net, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer Plus. Those will be added to fuboTV’s already comprehensive portfolio of streaming channels, which include beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas, One World Sports, GolTV, TyC Sports and streaming of all Portuguese Primeira Liga games.
In addition to those soccer-related networks, fuboTV will be offering A&E, NBA TV, Golf Channel, FOX College Sports, History Channel, Lifetime, LMN, Viceland, Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, FOX News Channel, FOX Business Network, FX, FXM, FXX, National Geographic, Nat Geo Mundo, Nat Geo WILD, Fuse, FM, Bravo, Chiller, Cloo, CNBC World, E!, Esquire, MSNBC, Oxygen, Sprout, Syfy, USA Network and The Weather Channel.
The announcement today is a game changing deal because (1) it’s the most comprehensive package of soccer-related games and coverage out of all of the competing streaming companies, (2) the pricing is very competitive and (3) it gives most soccer fans everything they need to be able to cut the cord from cable or satellite and watch all of the programming they want.
In total, fuboTV will be doubling the amount of channels it’ll make available to subscribers, providing more than 70 channels including national broadcast (FOX and NBC) and cable networks, regional sports networks (from both FOX and NBC) and local broadcast stations owned and operated by fuboTV’s new TV partners.
“Today’s announcement underscores our commitment to our subscribers to deliver a robust line-up of premium sports and entertainment, from the finest media brands in the world,” said fuboTV CEO and Co-founder David Gandler. “We are equally determined to drive significant value to our expanding list of media partners beyond licensing fees – leveraging our technical capabilities to meet the monetization challenges unique to live streaming.”
Beginning in the coming weeks with a Beta launch of the service, new fuboTV subscribers will have access to networks that hold the rights to the world’s most popular sports at an introductory, discounted rate of $34.99 per month. fuboTV users in the U.S. will soon have the ability to watch live events from all of the major American professional and college sports, as well as international leagues and tournaments – including live baseball, basketball, boxing, cricket, cycling, football, golf, hockey, horse racing, mixed martial arts, motorsports, professional wrestling, rugby, tennis – with an expanding line-up of more soccer than any streaming service. Additionally, a full array of live and video on demand (VOD) entertainment programming from the new networks will also be available to subscribers.