fuboTV Now Supports 60fps AND They Added 41 channels


With each passing day, live TV streaming services are gradually switching focus from adding more channels to their services to increasing the video quality of the channels and shows. The major determining factor regarding video quality is the Frames Per Second or fps.

Frame per second is the rate at which the images displayed on your screen is refreshed per second. The higher the number, the better or smoother the image appears. Conventional dramas would do well with 30fps, however fast action events like sports would require higher fps to make the images smoother and less rough.

fuboTV, in an effort to ensuring that their users enjoy the best of live sports streaming, has increased its support for 60fps to 41 channels and promises to increase the number in the future. The following is a list of channels that currently support 60fps on FuboTV.

  • Big Ten Network (BTN)
  • Bravo
  • CNBC
  • FOX (most local affiliates)
  • FOX College Sports – Atlantic
  • FOX College Sports – Central
  • FOX College Sports – Pacific
  • FOX Deportes
  • FOX Sports Arizona
  • FOX Sports Carolinas
  • FOX Sports Cincinnati
  • FOX Sports Detroit
  • FOX Sports Florida
  • FOX Sports Indiana
  • FOX Sports Kansas City
  • FOX Sports Midwest
  • FOX Sports New Orleans
  • FOX Sports North
  • FOX Sports Ohio
  • FOX Sports Oklahoma
  • FOX Sports Prime Ticket
  • FOX Sports San Diego
  • FOX Sports South
  • FOX Sports Southeast
  • FOX Sports Southwest
  • FOX Sports Sun
  • FOX Sports Tennessee
  • FOX Sports West
  • FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • FS1
  • FS2
  • Madison Square Garden (MSG)
  • Madison Square Garden  Plus (MSG+)
  • NBC (most local stations)
  • NBC Sports Network (NBCSN)
  • NFL Network
  • NFL RedZone
  • SportsTime Ohio
  • Syfy
  • USA
  • YES Network

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Antonio Ninham is Editor in Chief of Cut the Cord and is responsible for overseeing the news, reviews, analysis, and featured articles on cutthecord.com. Antonio graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a degree in Psychology. He’s a drummer that has been playing for over 20 years. He’s generally a private person, but for you he’s ready to divulge a couple of personal details. He subscribes to Netflix and HBO Now loves the show Silicon Valley. Antonio is avid listener of comedy podcasts and a watcher of youtube channels devoted to movies such as Alien, Predator, The Terminator, and Robocop. I hear he watches a lot of Conan remote segments. Antonio is a casual football fan. He likes the Green Bay Packers. He loves the Irish sport, Hurling (look it up).



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