FuboTV gets you a lot of sports channels for $35 per month, but no ESPN and a lot of rough edges.
FuboTV is a streaming bundle for fans of futbol, not football.
For $35 per month—a promo rate that will eventually rise to $50 per month for new subscribers—FuboTV offers roughly 50 streaming channels, more than a dozen of which revolve around live sports. And with channels like BeIN Sports, Fox Soccer Plus, and Eleven Sports in the lineup, soccer always seems to be on TV.
That focus helps FuboTV stand out from other streaming bundles such as Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and Hulu with Live TV, but it involves a trade-off: Without ESPN channels, the NFL Network, TNT, or TBS, FuboTV is an incomplete sports offering, especially for fans of football, basketball, and the ESPN’s army of talking heads. The $35-per-month promo rate also comes at a price, as Fubo’s television apps remain a work in progress.
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