fuboTV has announced that it will have coverage of the South American World Cup Qualifiers. They have now added coverage of 15 different soccer matches on September 2nd, 5th, and 9th. Not only will they have coverage of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, fuboTV has also announced that they will be be bring out of beta their highly anticipated free-to-play games and live FanView stats.
FanView appears on your screen and allows viewers to see stats and scores in real time. Viewers can then also participate in free predictive games. For the CONMEBOL contest, viewers will be asked a question and will receive a raffle ticket for each question the viewer answers correctly.
The feature will slight shrink the size of the screen; however, this feature can be toggled on or off depending on the viewers live sports television preferences. Users will be able to see where they are on the leaderboard for each game.
If you earn more raffle tickets you will increase your odds of winning top prizes such as a free year of the fuboTV service which is valued up to $1,000.
“FuboTV’s vision to define a new category of interactive sports and entertainment television takes a major step forward with our launch of free games and FanView,” David Gandler, co-founder and CEO of FuboTV, said in a press release. “We believe this will mark the first time any company has integrated live streaming television, free games, and live stats within the same platform, on the big screen. With free games and our upcoming Fubo Sportsbook real-money wagering app, we intend to deliver a truly interactive streaming experience, one that we expect will improve engagement and retention to FuboTV while also driving advertising revenue.”
Everything is controlled with the viewer’s current remote control or streaming device. The predictive free-to-play games will be available on Android mobile, iOS mobile, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku, and internet browsers. FanView will be available on Android TV, Fire TV, LG TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox One’s family of devices, and internet browsers. fuboTV expects to roll out both features on additional devices.
fuboTV’s coverage of CONMEBOL channels will broadcast the pre-match, halftime, and post-game shows in Spanish. English-language coverage for pre-match and post-match shows will be streamed on Fubo Sports Network. These are fuboTV produced shows that feature audiences will see former professional players such Juan Pablo Angel, Mark Gonzalez, Melissa Ortiz, Gilberto Silva, and Roque Santa Cruz.
fuboTV is also home to a variety of other live soccer coverage. The live TV streaming service also features coverage of the English Premier League and MLS soccer games. fuboTV carries popular soccer streaming channels such as beIN Sports, NBC Sports Network, NBC, Universo, Telemundo, ESPN, Fox Sports 1, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, UniMas, and Univision.
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