Fubo TV Packages & Pricing in 2020: Channel List, DVR, Add-ons
Fubo TV in 4K great option for sports-lovers.
Fubo TV is another multichannel video programming distributor. But it's not just another multichannel video programming distributor.
Sure, it's got a lineup of channels that you can put up against any other comparable plan on any other service. And it's got the add-on features you look for in this sort of thing.
But Fubo TV also has a pretty big leg up on the competition: It streams sports (not all sports, but some sports, anyway — or at least sports back when where were sports to be sported) in 4K resolution.
Yeah, we could nitpick things to death, like "what you really mean is upscaled content blah, blah blah." But here's the thing: Upscaled or not, once you watch sports in 4K, you're going to want to watch all sports in 4K.
Fubo started back in 2015 as an all-sports service at the super-low price of $7 a month. A couple years later, though, it went more mainstream, added more channels, and got a big-boy price to go with it.
In the summer of 2018 it streamed its first sports event in 4K — the final rounds of the FIFA Men's World Cup. Since then, it's continuously streamed a smattering of games and events in 4K, including the 2019 Women's World Cup.
Prices went up in the summer of 2020, adding $5 across the board. At the same time, it lost the Turner family of channels but gained Disney.
FuboTV is a particularly good streaming service for sports fans, but its many news and entertainment channels should appeal to general audiences, too.
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