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https://orbytv.com/

Although this is a satellite service, this is a non sports package for $40. Includes 4 receivers and taxes in the price.

OTA antenna is included with the satellite receiver and is installed under the satellite receiver outside the home.

Quite an interesting setup and debated whether or not to include this in the non-sports section in the OP.
I leave it up to you guys if I should.
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
A couple of non insignificant updates:

First, YouTubeTV is dropping the Sinclair regional sports networks, which is frustrating going into the end of the NBA season and the beginning of baseball season.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/youtube-...-networks/

Second, AT&T Now has enhanced their service offerings with allowing up to three streaming devices and up to 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage (up to 90 days). Their packages are still high ($65 and $80) but include HBO.

https://www.atttvnow.com/
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(02-27-2020 03:41 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  A couple of non insignificant updates:

First, YouTubeTV is dropping the Sinclair regional sports networks, which is frustrating going into the end of the NBA season and the beginning of baseball season.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/youtube-...-networks/

Second, AT&T Now has enhanced their service offerings with allowing up to three streaming devices and up to 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage (up to 90 days). Their packages are still high ($65 and $80) but include HBO.

https://www.atttvnow.com/

Looks like Fox had the leverage with TV providers to get the price they wanted for the RSNs, but Sinclair does not have that kind of leverage.
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
(02-27-2020 05:03 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(02-27-2020 03:41 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  A couple of non insignificant updates:

First, YouTubeTV is dropping the Sinclair regional sports networks, which is frustrating going into the end of the NBA season and the beginning of baseball season.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/youtube-...-networks/

Second, AT&T Now has enhanced their service offerings with allowing up to three streaming devices and up to 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage (up to 90 days). Their packages are still high ($65 and $80) but include HBO.

https://www.atttvnow.com/

Looks like Fox had the leverage with TV providers to get the price they wanted for the RSNs, but Sinclair does not have that kind of leverage.

YouTube and Sinclair have reached a new deal for all Fox Sports Nets other than YES, Fox Sports Prime Ticket and Fox Sports West.
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(03-05-2020 03:48 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  
(02-27-2020 05:03 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(02-27-2020 03:41 PM)MadisonHawk Wrote:  A couple of non insignificant updates:

First, YouTubeTV is dropping the Sinclair regional sports networks, which is frustrating going into the end of the NBA season and the beginning of baseball season.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/youtube-...-networks/

Second, AT&T Now has enhanced their service offerings with allowing up to three streaming devices and up to 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage (up to 90 days). Their packages are still high ($65 and $80) but include HBO.

https://www.atttvnow.com/

Looks like Fox had the leverage with TV providers to get the price they wanted for the RSNs, but Sinclair does not have that kind of leverage.

YouTube and Sinclair have reached a new deal for all Fox Sports Nets other than YES, Fox Sports Prime Ticket and Fox Sports West.

But only in select markets. So check your zip code, so you signup with a zipcode that covers your team. They aren't using DMA or team footprints.

Completely random in Columbus Ohio you get Fox Sports Ohio or Sports Time Ohio, not both even though one gets NHL Blue Jackets and the other MLS Crew.
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As of 06/30/2020 -
From a sports fan perspective.
This does not include any temporary promotional prices

$8/month - Fanatiz - BEIN Sports, BEIN Espanol, BEIN Sports Connect, Gol TV English and Spanish, TYC Sports International, Nuestre Tele International
An afforable soccer focused streaming service

$10/month - Sling World Sports - BEIN Sports, BEIN Sports Connect, Outside TV, Willow TV, Willow TV Extra, Nautical Channel
An easy way to add BEIN if your main provider doesnt carry it or if BEIN is all you want. Willow is a cricket network too.

$30/month - Sling Orange - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, TBS, TNT, Stadium
The cheapest price point available to get ESPN/2, TBS, and TNT. Also includes easy access to Stadium

$30/month - Sling Blue - FS1, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC affiliate and NBC RSN (if available), TBS, TNT, TruTV, Stadium
The cheapest price point available to get FOX/NBC/Turner. Also includes easy access to Stadium. NFL Network currently in dispute.

$40/month - Sling Orange & Sports Pack - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, TBS, TNT, PAC 12 Network, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV,
The cheapest price point available to get all ESPN Networks, TBS, and TNT with most other specialty sport networks. MISSING: NFL Network, RSNs, CBSSN, Big 10 Network, FS1/FS2, NBCSN, Golf, and Olympic

$40/month - Sling Blue & Sports Pack - FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC Affiliate and NBC RSN (if available), TBS, TNT, TruTv, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV
Gets you many sports channels. MISSING: most RSNs, the ESPN Networks, CBSSN, Big 10 Network (noted as coming in 2020 for football season). NFL Network currently in dispute.

$40/month - Vidgo Core - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, Longhorn Network, FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes, Big Ten Network, Local FOX/ABC Affiliates (if available), NFL Network, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, MAV TV
New Sevice that had added ESPN and Fox Networks plus the NFL Network. This package is worth a look for college sports fans. MISSING: RSN, NBC, NBCSN, CBS, CBSSN, NBA, NHL, MLB, Golf, Olympic, Tennis, Redzone, PAC 12 Regionals

$45/month - Sling Orange/Blue Combo- ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, FS1, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Local FOX/NBC Affiliate and NBC RSN (if available)
The Cheapest way to get ESPN, NBCSN, and FS1

$50/month - Vidgo Plus - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, Longhorn Network, FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes, Big Ten Network, Local FOX/ABC Affiliates (if available), NFL Network, NFL Redzone Pac 12 Network and Regional PAC 12 Networks, BEIN Sports, Stadium, MAV TV
New Sevice that had added ESPN and Fox Networks plus Redzone. This package is worth a look for college sports fans. MISSING: RSN, NBC, NBCSN, CBS, CBSSN, NBA, NHL, MLB, Golf, Olympic, Tennis

$55/month - Hulu Live TV - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN GoalLine, ESPN College Extra, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate and RSN (if available)
ESPN3 Content can be accessed with a Hulu Live TV login in the ESPN app.
MISSING: NFL/NBA/NHL/MLB/TENNIS/PAC 12/BEIN

$55/month - AT&T TV Now Plus - ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Local FOX/NBC/ABC/CBS Affiliates (if available)
Basic level package with the most popular sports networks. There is a MAX option that adds specialty sports channels including ESPNU, Golf, Olympic, FS2, and local RSNs for $80/month

$55/month - FuboTv - FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf, Big 10 Network, PAC 12 Network, NFL Network, BEIN, BEIN Connect Networks, TVG, Local NBC/CBS/FOX and RSN (If available)
Fubo also carries the Univision networks which is what sets them apart. No FOX RSNs. ESPN Networks coming in August. Turner Networks currently in dispute. Price jumping to $65/month in August.

Fubo had an Extra package for $6/month that includes Tennis, MLB, NBA, NHL, Stadium, and the Stadium Xtra channels along with some other non sports channels.

Fubo has a sports pack available for additional $11/month which will add NFL Redzone, MLB, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, NBA, NHL, Stadium, the Stadium Xtra channels and other minor Sports Networks/Alternate feeds like the PAC 12 regional networks and Gol TV

$60/month - Sling Orange/Blue Combo with Sports - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 content, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC Affiliate and NBC RSN (if available), TBS, TNT, TruTv, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV
Gets you pretty much all sports channels except most RSNs, CBSSN and the Big 10 Network, which is coming for 2020 football season. NFL Network and Redzone are currently in dispute

$65/month - YouTube TV - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, NBA Network, MLB Network, Tennis Channel, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate and RSN (if available)
YouTube TV is probably the most well rounded package for sports if you do not need NFL Network. ESPN 3 content is available via ESPN app. Issues with Fox RSN availability in certain zip codes
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YouTube TV going to $65/month immediately.

FUBO and Disney have reached a deal to get the ESPN/Disney channels on their platform in the near future

AT&T watch TV closing for new customers
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Updated price on You Tube TV and removed Watch TV they aren’t taking new customers.
Thanks Solohawk !
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Another update. Dish/Sling and NFL Network are currently in a dispute
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Fubo announced last night that the ESPN networks are coming on August and that the Turner networks are currently in dispute. Their price point will also be $65/month beginning in August
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As of 08/01/2020
From a sports fan perspective.
This does not include any temporary promotional prices

$5/month - ESPN+
select live MLB, NHL, NBA, and MLS games, as well as college sports, PGA golf, Top Rank Boxing, and Grand Slam tennis matches. You’ll also find the United Soccer League, cricket, rugby, Canadian Football League, English Football League, FA Cup, Italian/German/other European league soccer, and UEFA Nations League games.
Full list at the bottom of post

$6/month - CBS All Access
Local CBS Affiliate, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League
Easy access to CBS content

$8/month - Fanatiz
BEIN Sports, BEIN Espanol, BEIN Sports Connect, Gol TV English and Spanish, TYC Sports International, Nuestre Tele International.
You can add on an Italian Soccer in Italian package for an additional $8/month
An afforable soccer focused streaming service

$10/month - Sling World Sports
BEIN Sports, BEIN Sports Connect, Outside TV, Willow TV, Willow TV Extra, Nautical Channel
Can add on other non English language channels in $5/month packages which can increase leagues available.
An easy way to add BEIN if your main provider doesnt carry it or if BEIN is all you want. Willow is a cricket network too.

$30/month - Sling Orange
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, TBS, TNT, Stadium
The cheapest price point available to get ESPN/2, TBS, and TNT. Also includes easy access to Stadium.

$30/month - Sling Blue
FS1, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC affiliate (if owned by Fox/NBC), NBC RSN (Washington, Bay Area, California only), TBS, TNT, TruTV, Stadium
The cheapest price point available to get FOX/NBC/Turner. Also includes easy access to Stadium. NFL Network currently in dispute.

$30/month - Fubo Latino
Univision, Unimas, Galavison, TUDN Extra Channels, BEIN Sports, BEIN Sports Espanol, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, GolTv Espanol, TYC Sports, Nuestra Tele International
If soccer is a priority and English language not a requirement then this a very affordable base package so other sevices like ESPN+ and CBS All Access can be added.

$40/month - Sling Orange & Sports Pack
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, Longhorn Network, TBS, TNT, PAC 12 Network, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV
The cheapest price point available to get all ESPN Networks, TBS, and TNT with most other specialty sport networks.
MISSING: NFL Network, RSNs, CBSSN, Big 10 Network, FS1/FS2, NBCSN, Golf, and Olympic

$40/month - Sling Blue & Sports Pack
FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC affiliate (if owned by Fox/NBC), NBC RSN (Washington, Bay Area, California only), TBS, TNT, TruTv, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV
Gets you most Non ESPN sports channels
MISSING: most RSNs, the ESPN Networks, CBSSN, Big 10 Network (noted as coming in 2020 for football season). NFL Network currently in dispute.

$40/month - Vidgo Core
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, Longhorn Network, FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes, Big Ten Network, Local FOX/ABC Affiliates (if available), NFL Network, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, MAV TV
New Sevice that had added ESPN and Fox Networks plus the NFL Network. This package is worth a look for college sports fans.
MISSING: RSNs, NBC, NBCSN, CBS, CBSSN, NBA, NHL, MLB, Golf, Olympic, Tennis, Redzone, PAC 12 Regionals

$45/month - Sling Orange/Blue Combo
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, FS1, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Local FOX/NBC affiliate (if owned by Fox/NBC), NBC RSN (Washington, Bay Area, California only)
The Cheapest way to get ESPN, NBCSN, FS1, and Turner Sports

$50/month - Vidgo Plus
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, Longhorn Network, FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes, Big Ten Network, Local FOX/ABC Affiliates (if available), NFL Network, NFL Redzone Pac 12 Network and Regional PAC 12 Networks, BEIN Sports, Stadium, MAV TV
New Sevice that had added ESPN and Fox Networks plus Redzone. This package is worth a look for college sports fans.
MISSING: RSNs, NBC, NBCSN, CBS, CBSSN, NBA, NHL, MLB, Golf, Olympic, Tennis

$55/month - Hulu Live TV
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN GoalLine, ESPN College Extra, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate & NBC/Fox/YES/Marquee RSN (if available)
ESPN3 Content can be accessed with a Hulu Live TV login in the ESPN app.
Cheapest All Around option that includes all 5 major networks and their sports channels
MISSING: NFL/NBA/NHL/MLB/TENNIS/PAC 12/BEIN and most non NBC/Fox RSNs

$55/month - AT&T TV Now Plus
ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Local FOX/NBC/ABC/CBS Affiliates (if available)
Basic level package with the most popular sports networks.

$60/month - FuboTv
ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf, Big 10 Network, PAC 12 Network, ACC/SEC Network (IN TERRITORY ONLY), NFL Network, BEIN English & Espanol, BEIN Connect Networks, TVG, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX affiliate and NBC/AT&T SW/NESN/MSG RSN (If available)
Fubo also carries the Univision networks which is what sets them apart.
No FOX RSNs, YES, or Marquee and only the 1 AT&T RSN
Turner Networks currently in dispute.

Fubo had an Extra package for $6/month that includes ESPNU, ESPNNEWS, ACC Network, SEC Network, Tennis, MLB, NBA, NHL, Stadium, and the Stadium Xtra channels along with some other non sports channels.

Fubo has a sports pack available for additional $11/month which will add ESPNU, ESPNNEWS, ACC Network, SEC Network, Tennis Channel, MLB, NBA, NHL, Stadium, the Stadium Xtra channels if you dont have the Extra Package PLUS NFL Redzone, MLB Strikezone, PAC 12 regional networks, Gol TV English and Espanol, and TVG2

Fubo basic at $60 is arguably the best all around provider now expect for the fact they dont have the Turner networks right now. ACC and SEC states gets ACC/SEC Network in the base package. Throw in their Extra or Sports package and it's the best you can get from a single provider

$60/month - Sling Orange/Blue Combo with Sports ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 content, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC affiliate (if owned by Fox/NBC), NBC RSN (Washington, Bay Area, California only), TBS, TNT, TruTv, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV
Gets you pretty much all sports channels except most RSNs, CBSSN and the Big 10 Network, which is coming for 2020 football season. NFL Network and Redzone are currently in dispute

$65/month - YouTube TV
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, NBA Network, MLB Network, Tennis Channel, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate & Fox/NBC/NESN RSN (if available)
YouTube TV is a well rounded package for sports if you do not need NFL Network and pritotize a high number of streams and DVR. ESPN 3 content is available via ESPN app. Issues with Fox RSN availability in certain zip codes. No FSN West, Prime Ticket, YES, or Marquee. NESN is available as are Orlando & Seattle MLS

$80/month - AT&T TV Now MAX
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNNEWS, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, CBS Sports Network, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Local FOX/NBC/ABC/CBS Affiliates (if available), RSN, ACC Network, SEC Network, Big 10 Network, Longhorn Network, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel
All RSNs except Altitude, NBC Philly, NBC Northwest
This package includes HBO and Cinemax. Its ashame you cannot get it without HBO and Cinemax for around the $65/month price point as this service has hard to get RSNs like the AT&T Sports Network and MASN.

ESPN+ Content:
Baseball
MLB – more than 180 games per season
Little League World Series – more than 150 games
College Baseball – hundreds of college baseball games and tournaments

Hockey
NHL – More than 180 games
College: more than 350 college hockey games, from the ECAC and other conferences
IIHF World Championships – 30+ events

Combat Sports
UFC
Exclusive provider to fans of all UFC Pay-Per-View events
20 exclusive UFC on ESPN+ Fight Night events
Preliminary fights from UFC on ESPN Fight Nights
Hundreds of hours of great UFC

Top Rank Boxing
More than 40 exclusive fight events, including exclusive fights with Heavyweight Superstar Tyson Fury
Undercard bouts from all Top Rank on ESPN events
PFL (Professional Fighters League)

Soccer
More than 2000 matches across multiple leagues, including:
German Bundsliga and German Cup
Serie A, Coppa Italia and SuperCoppa Italiana
The FA Cup
MLS – more than 250 matches per season
UEFA Nations League
English Football League (EFL Championship, Carabao Cup, League 1 and League 2)
US Open Cup
Dutch Eredivise
USL
Australian A League & W League
Chinese Super League
Indian Super League
Danish Superliga
Swedish Allsvenskan

Football
College Football --More than 300 college football games from conferences including:
American Athletic Conference
Big 12
Big South
The Ivy League
Metro Atlantic
Mid-American (MAC)
Missouri Valley Football Conference (MVC)
Conference USA
Ohio Valley
Southern
Southland
Sun Belt
CFL – 200+ games

Basketball
Hundreds of NCAA Men's & Women's basketball games from conferences including:
American Athletic Conference
America East
Atlantic 10
Atlantic Sun
Big 12
Big South
Horizon
The Ivy League
Metro Atlantic
Mid-American
Missouri Valley
Conference USA
Ohio Valley
Southern
Southland
Sun Belt
WAC
FIBA basketball – Hundreds of FIBA games

College Sports
Hundreds of events from 20 conferences, across multiple sports including college Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Soccer, Lacrosse and more.

Tennis
Grand Slam Tennis – hundreds of matches from US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon

Rugby
Pro 14 Rugby – more than 140 matches per season
SANZAAR Rugby – more than 100 matches (including Super Rugby, The Rugby Championship, the Lions Series, Mitre10 Cup, Currie Cup, Bledisloe Cup and other international matches)
HSBC World Rugby Sevens series
Major League Rugby – 18 matches per season
College Rugby

Cricket
Test, ODI and T20 cricket matches featuring New Zealand, India, Ireland, Pakistan and more.

Lacrosse
FIL World Lacrosse Championships -- 158 matches
Major League Lacrosse
College Lacrosse

Esports
League of Legends LCS - more than 240 events
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Updated 08/01
Includes New FUBO with ESPN pricing and AT&T TV Now Max which has previously unavailable RSNs like AT&T sports networks and MASN
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(08-01-2020 12:43 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Updated 08/01
Includes New FUBO with ESPN pricing and AT&T TV Now Max which has previously unavailable RSNs like AT&T sports networks and MASN

Did Fubo end up dropping TBS/TNT and other AT&T/Warner channels? That would be a deal-breaker for anyone who wants their MLB, NBA, and March Madness game broadcasts.
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(08-01-2020 12:43 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Updated 08/01
Includes New FUBO with ESPN pricing and AT&T TV Now Max which has previously unavailable RSNs like AT&T sports networks and MASN

Did Fubo end up dropping TBS/TNT and other AT&T/Warner channels? That would be a deal-breaker for anyone who wants their MLB, NBA, and March Madness game broadcasts.

Yep.

If you like NBA FUBO will be a tough sell as there is no Turner which has season long exclusive games, playoffs, and only NBC/MSG/AT&T SW RSNs (9 of the 30 teams).

If you like MLB you could probably get by with Fubo until the playoffs as the Turner games are not exclusive. However Fubo only carries the RSN for 7 of 30 teams.

If you only like college sports Fubo will be fine until March then you will need to switch for 1 month
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