fuboTV has expanded its DVR functionality to include all of the NBC Sports and FOX Sports channels.
The current list of channels on fuboTV that allow you to DVR programming now includes NBCSN, NBC (in select cities), CNBC, USA, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, FS1, FS2, FOX Soccer Plus, FOX Deportes, FOX Sports Net (regional channels), TyC Sports, NBA TV, Universo, Big Ten Network, Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas, Eleven Sports and many other channels.
For soccer fans specifically, the only channels where DVR functionality is not enabled but will be in the future are Benfica TV, GolTV and Galavision.
Unlike Sling TV’s Cloud DVR which is priced at $5 per month, fuboTV’s DVR functionality is offered at no extra cost. Plus subscribers have access to three DVR slots. The recordings are available for 72 hours. To record a program, all you have to do is click the blue and white ‘Record DVR’ button. Once the program has completed, you can find the recordings on your ‘My DVR’ page (see screenshot below).
In February 2017, fuboTV launched two brand-new products — fubo and fubo Latino. Both of them are legal streaming services that offer consumers in the United States a way to watch HD-quality channels without needing a cable or satellite subscription. But what are the differences between the two products and which is the right one for you?
The new and improved fuboTV now features a ton of sports, entertainment and news channels in addition to soccer-related networks. At the same time, the user interface has improved and the apps have been updated accordingly.
fuboTV is available for free with their 7-day trial.
Pricing starts at $14.95 per month after the trial ends. Here’s a comparison of the differences between fubo Latino and fubo.