AT&T SportsNet Southwest is Coming to fuboTV




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Three happy young men watching football game and keeping arms raised while sitting on sofaToday fuboTV became the first live TV streaming services to offer AT&T Sportsnet with the addition of AT&T SportsNet Southwest. fuboTV will live stream over 250 live events on AT&T Sports Networks including games from the Rockets and Astros when they become the first live TV streaming service to carry AT&T SportsNet in the region on February 11th, 2019.

“We are thrilled to announce this deal with fuboTV and give fans even more options to watch the Houston Rockets and Houston Astros in their home market,” said Nina Kinch, Vice President of Affiliate Relations for AT&T Sports Networks. “Both teams have had enormous success in the last few years with the Rockets making it to the Western Conference finals and the Houston Astros winning the World Series. We have had a lot of demand to bring these teams to an OTT provider and we are happy that fuboTV will help us do just that.”

“fuboTV continues to offer more regional sports networks (RSNs) than any other vMVPD – and entering the Houston market has been a priority for us,” said Ben Grad, Head of Content Strategy and Acquisition for fuboTV. “It’s an exciting year for Houston fans with the Rockets season now heating up and the Astros getting ready to pursue another World Series title. We’re thrilled to partner with AT&T SportsNet and bring Houston Astros and Rockets fans another option to get all their favorite teams games.”

For years sports fans have wanted AT&T SportsNet on a streaming service now it has become a reality. Hopefully, more AT&T SportsNet networks will soon follow.

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