Tubi and Fox Sports announced the launch in the United States of “Sports on Tubi,” a premier streaming destination for sports. In further expanding its linear experience for viewers, Tubi will feature ten live streaming channels for different sports, including professional football, baseball, soccer, collegiate sports from the ACC and Pac-12 Conferences, as well as nearly 700 hours of VOD content from some of sports’ biggest brands, such as NFL, MLB, NASCAR, Big Ten, Concacaf soccer, PBC boxing, PBA bowling and more. “Sports on Tubi” is rolling out across Amazon Fire TV, the Roku platform and Android, with other platforms to follow soon.
Applebee’s and Uber Eats have signed on as inaugural partners of “Sports on Tubi,” which now features linear content from Fox Sports, Fox Deportes, NFL, MLB, beIN Sports Xtra and beIN Sports Xtra en Español, Fubo Sports Network, Pac-12 Insider, Stadium and USA Today SportsWire, with ACC Digital Network and Real Madrid TV coming soon and more channels to be added next year.
“Tubi is dedicated to evolving the streaming service to offer more diverse content that we know our viewers want to see. ‘Sports on Tubi’ embraces our viewers’ passion for sports content across our vast library, and we are excited to be launching this offering with world-class brands. With a robust pipeline of sports news, live games and classic match-ups, the power of free has expanded for our loyal sports enthusiasts, with even more channels to launch next year,” said Farhad Massoudi, CEO of Tubi.
Mark Silverman, President of National Networks at Fox Sports, added: “In our continued effort to broaden and enhance our digital reach, Fox Sports is thrilled to partner with Tubi to launch this dynamic lineup of channels and on-demand content, featuring hundreds of hours of programming tailor-made for sports fans. ‘Sports on Tubi’ will be the leading destination for free streaming sports content, bringing audiences closer to the games they love”.
Sports on Tubi’ will be the leading destination for free streaming sports content, bringing audiences closer to the games they love” Mark Silverman President of National Networks at Fox Sports