Amazon’s Fire TV Adds 4K Streaming From Fox Sports

Want to watch some college football games, MLB games, NFL games, and lots of other sports events in 4K? Do you have a subscription to a service like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, Hulu, and AT&T TV NOW? Now you can through the new Fox Sports app on Amazon’s Fire TV.

For some time now, through Fox Sports app on Roku and the Apple TV you can watch select events on Fox, BTN, and FS1 in 4K. This week Fox updated its Fox Sports App on the Fire TV to add 4K UHD playback of select events. To access these events, use your logins to services like PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, Hulu, and AT&T TV NOW on the Fox Sports app. (Important: The channel you want to watch has to be included in your package.)

This news comes just in time for NFL fans to watch Fox’s Thursday Night NFL Football in 4K through the Fox Sports app.

Here is the change note from the 3.20.0 update that rolled out this week:

What’s new in version 3.20.0

    • * 4K live streaming is here! Watch NFL, MLB, MLS, college football games and more in 4K UHD when available, including the Superbowl.

Important Note: You need the Fox Sports app, not the Fox Sports Go app. The Fox Sports app streams content from Fox, FS1, BTN, etc. The Fox Sports Go app is the streaming app for Fox Regional Sports Networks that are now owned by Sinclair. Also remember not all programs and games on FS1, FOX, and BTN air in 4K.

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