fuboTV Adds ONE World Sports to Channel Line-up
fuboTV (fubo.tv), the fast-growing virtual MVPD in the U.S., will now offer ONE World Sports as part of its channel line-up. ONE World Sports delivers live and exclusive coverage of top-tier sporting events from around the world.
“The addition of ONE World Sports to our line-up emphasizes our continued commitment to bringing access to premium sports programming from around the world to our subscribers,” says David Gandler, fuboTV CEO and co-founder. “ONE World Sports adds even more great soccer content to fuboTV, along with a growing offering that includes a wide range of international sports.”
Among the programming now available to fuboTV subscribers is live and exclusive coverage of some of the world’s most popular sports including the England Cricket National Board matches, PRO Rugby, IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships, Kontinental Hockey League and the Chinese Basketball Association. ONE World Sports also features exclusive soccer club channel programming from Arsenal FC, Chelsea FC, FC Barcelona, FC Bayern Munich, Juventus FC, a NASL Game of the Week and all New York Cosmos home and away games.
“ONE World Sports continues to bring top sports and championship events like rugby, cricket, ice hockey and soccer from around the globe to a US audience,” says Randy Brown, EVP of Distribution, ONE World Sports. “Our partnership with fuboTV enables us to expand our distribution with one of the top, emerging platforms catering to a young audience with substantial interest in our programming.”
fuboTV offers its subscribers access to a bundle of TV channels that hold U.S. rights to major worldwide sporting events, including live soccer matches from more than half of the leading international soccer leagues and tournaments. English, Spanish and Portuguese content available also includes club videos, series, documentaries and more from a line-up that features Univision Networks, beIN SPORTS, GolTV and Benfica TV, as well as entertainment networks targeting millennials such as El Rey Network, Pivot, and REVOLT.