Fubo TV is considered as one of the
best streaming services for live sports in the world. Besides, it offers a
variety of entertainment and news programming.
Fubo TV covers more than 95 channels
that include all sorts of sports like football (soccer), American football,
rugby, basketball, tennis, MMA, boxing, gymnastics, ice hockey, horse races,
baseball, handball, volleyball, and so on. That’s pretty much any sports that
people like to watch.
They don’t offer ESPN, but pretty much
everything else. Users can enjoy content from channels like NBCSN, NBA TV, FS1,
FS2, CBS Sports Network, Pac-12 Network, Olympic Channel, beIN Sports, Golf
Channel, Big Ten Network, NFL Network, and many other sports networks from
around the world.
Furthermore, Fubo TV offers popular
cable networks like the Hallmark Channel, National Geographic, AMC, History,
Fox News, Food Network, HGTV, Bravo, and MSNBC.
Their DVR is cloud-based, and it allows
users to record any live program so that they can watch it later. Their base
subscription is limited to just 30 hours recorded program. For an additional
500 hours, the user must chunk out an extra $9.99 every month. There is no
limit to how long the recorded program can be stored in their cloud.
Fubo TV is available on various devices
like smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, PCs, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon
Fire TV, and Android TV. Mobile users can choose between the iOS and the
Android app. Fubo TV is also available through Playstation 4 and Xbox, but not
on native apps.
One user can watch simultaneously up to
two games on two different devices. For a third device, you will need a Family
Share Add-on, which is $5.99 per month.