Sports Fans

How to Watch CBS Sports Network On Roku, Fire TV, Android, iOS, Apple TV, & More

CBS Sports Network has become a must-have for many sports fans as it now carries even more college football games. The good news is that you can watch CBS Sports Network on your Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more using live TV streaming services, including HuluPlayStation Vue, YouTube TVAT&T TV NOW, fuboTV and more. In this post, we’re looking at each of those services.

Hulu

Hulu starts at $44.99 for live TV and not only includes CBS Sports Network but also all of Hulu’s on-demand content. If you already have Hulu’s limit commercial plan you can add Hulu with live TV for just $39.99

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue starts at $49.99/month for the Access package that includes CBS Sports Network. With the Access package, you’ll get CBS Sports Network along with channels like ESPN. If you upgrade to the Core package (currently on sale for $44.99/month for the first 2 months) you’ll also get additional sports channels.

fuboTV

fuboTV is one of the best streaming services for sports fans. fuboTV costs $54.99/month and includes a huge collection of channels. With fuboTV, you’ll get CBS Sports Network and many other networks like FS1.

YouTube TV

For $49.99/month you can get a subscription to YouTube TV which includes CBS Sports Network in its channel lineup. You can create up to 6 profiles with each YouTube TV subscription, so you can set your own profile up to show and record games when your favorite teams play.

AT&T TV NOW

When you sign up for AT&T TV NOW, you’ll choose from two package options. The Plus option costs $70/month and give you CBS Sports Network and many other networks like ESPN.

Check out our channel guide HERE to get a complete breakdown of channels on each streaming service.

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