Sling TV has launched a brand-new package to its offerings that includes an array of different channels not previously available including FOX, FOX Sports 1, Univision and UniMas.
The streaming platform Sling TV already has Sling International, Sling TV and Sling Latino, but is now offering a new package called Multi-Stream Service for $20 per month. The service is available via a 7-day free trial.
However, ESPN is not available. In order to get ESPN, you would need to also subscribe to Sling TV ($25 per month) or Sling Latino ($20 per month). And then, on top of that, you would need a subscription to Sling TV’s Multi-Stream service (at $20/month).
In addition to ESPN not being available, FOX Sports 2 is not available either, which is puzzling.
For the streaming of the main FOX TV network, it’s only available in the following cities: Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte N.C., Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Gainesville, Fla., Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pa., Phoenix, San Francisco, Tampa, Fla. and Washington D.C. If you’re outside those cities, you can watch FOX content the next day on-demand.
With Sling TV’s Multi-Stream service, it’s currently in beta but available nationwide in the US. The service allows up to 3 devices to be used to watch content at the same time. And the local FOX Sports affiliates are available to you. The multi-Stream service provides local sports coverage through FOX RSNs in 16 markets. In-market multi-stream customers can watch sports on FOX Sports Ohio, FOX Sports West, FOX Sports Florida, FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports Arizona, Fox Sports Cincinnati, FOX Sports Detroit, FOX Sports North, FOX Sports Prime Ticket, FOX Sports San Diego, FOX Sports Southeast, FOX Sports Southwest, FOX Sports Sun, SportsTime Ohio, and YES Network.
With Multi-Stream, the complete list of channels available includes (as of press time):
FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports regional networks, Univision Deportes, UniMas, Galavision, AMC, FX, CNN, HGTV, Cartoon Network, History Channel, TNT, Food Network, TBS, Adult Swim, IFC, El Rey Network, A&E, Viceland, TruTV, Lifetime, Travel Channel, National Geographic, Newsy, Bloomberg Television, Local Now, Polaris, Maker and Flama.
Also, you can add on different packages on top of the Multi-Stream Service including HBO (at $15 extra per month), Cinemax (at $10 extra per month) as well as other movie channels, lifestyle networks and world news options.
While Sling TV’s Multi-Stream service is not the complete solution for soccer fans, it will appeal to many who want to watch games across FOX Sports 1 and Univision as well as UniMas.
Sign up to the 7-day free trial to Sling TV’s Multi-Stream service today.
200+ Channels With Sports & News
- Starting price: $33/mo. for fubo Latino Package
- Watch Premier League, World Cup, Euro 2024 & more
Live & On Demand TV Streaming
- Price: $35/mo. for Sling Blue
- Watch Premier League, World Cup & MLS
Many Sports & ESPN Originals
- Price: $9.99/mo. (or get ESPN+, Hulu & Disney+ for $13.99/mo.)
- Features Bundesliga, LaLiga, Championship, & more
2,000+ soccer games per year
- Price: $4.99/mo
- Features Champions League, Serie A, Europa League & NWSL
175 Premier League Games & PL TV
- Starting price: $4.99/mo. for Peacock Premium
- Watch 175 exclusive EPL games per season
110+ channels, live & on-demand
- Price: $59.95/mo. for Plus Package
- Includes FOX, FS1, ESPN, TUDN & more
- Thomas Partey’s health is necessary for Arsenal and Ghana
- Vinícius and Foden should be in the ‘best young talent’ talk
- US Soccer releases report detailing abusive behavior in NWSL
- Book review of ‘How to Win the World Cup’ by Chris Evans
- Manchester United defeat highlights Ten Hag’s need for rotation
- 5 must-see Champions League games in matchday three
- Where to find Leicester City vs. Nottingham Forest on US TV
- Will FOX broadcast the World Cup in 4K?
- Where to find Chicago Red Stars vs. Angel City FC on US TV
- Where to find Portland Timbers vs. LAFC on US TV