fuboTV Expands 4K Support to The Big 10 Network

friends watching football on TVBack in July 2018 fuboTV started to offer 4K HDR streaming in Beta on FOX and FS1 later the NBCSN network was added. Now, fuboTV has added the Big Ten Network to the lineup of channels that support 4K. (Note the Big Ten Network only supports 4K.) Now there is one important note. Not all content on Fox, FS1, BTN, and NBCSN is shot in 4K. Only select games are aired in 4K HDR on these networks.

“Launching 4K HDR is a testament to our dedication and relentless pursuit to developing for consumers the world’s premier live video streaming service for live sports and entertainment,” said David Gandler, co-founder and CEO, fuboTV in a statement back in July.

To view ultra-high definition and high dynamic range content, you must have a 4K HDR-enabled television, HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 compatible cable and run the fuboTV app on a streaming device that supports the formats. Bandwidth speeds of 30Mbps-40Mbps or higher are recommended. 4K HDR-capable TVs may also need calibration to present the content correctly.  If you don’t have a 4K HDR TV you can still stream the matches in HD 60FPS.

Here are the devices that support 4K HDR streaming on fuboTV.

Compatible 4K Devices

  • AppleTV 4K
  • Chromecast Ultra
  • Desktop/Laptop Browsers
    • Internet Explorer (latest version)
    • Safari (latest version)
  • FireTV 4K
  • FireTV Cube
  • Roku Premier
  • Roku Premier+
  • RokuTV 4K
  • Roku Ultra
  • Android Mobile Phones with HDR10 displays
    • Huawei Mate 10 Pro
    • Huawei P20
    • LG V30
    • Razer Phone
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
    • Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+
    • Sony Xperia XZ Premium
    • Sony Xperia XZ1
    • Sony Xperia XZ2

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