fuboTV Starts Streaming FS1 NCAA Football in 4K

By Gabriela Vatu / August 31, 2018

Sports fans rejoice! NCAA football games are coming to fuboTV in 4K HDR Beta once a week.

According to the company, fuboTV will stream one game per week at such high quality, starting tonight, August 31st, with the San Diego State vs Stanford game on FS1.

Then, next Saturday, on September 8th, users will be able to watch W Michigan vs Michigan, and on September 15th, Fresno State vs UCLA. Additional games are to be announced.

The games will be streamed in 4K Beta via Apple TV, Chromecast, Android Fire TV, Roku devices, and any Android mobile phones with displays that support the format. The football matches, of course, will be streamed via FS1.

"Launching 4K and 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,” David Gandler, co-founder and CEO of fuboTV, told TechNadu.

While NCAA football programming is great news for sports fans, which are fuboTV's main target, the company told TechNadu that in the coming weeks there will also be some entertainment programming streamed in 4K too, but no word exactly on what type of content will get the quality upgrade.

fuboTV is one of the few over-the-top (OTT) platforms available in the United States, offering users the possibility to watch their favorite TV channels without being tied to a cable contract, relying only on their Internet connection. We have a detailed fuboTV review if you're still undecided about what platform to pick.

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