Fubo Will Lose The RSN SportsNet New York SNY Later Today




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Over the weekend the regional sports network (RSN) SNY warned subscribers that Fubo may soon drop them. Now Fubo has confirmed to Cord Cutters News that later today SNY will leave Fubo after the two sides where unable to reach a new deal.

SportsNet New York, also known as SNY, is the home SN for the MLB team, the New York Mets. SNY also offers a selection of college sports and even Major League Rugby games on its network. The network is a joint partnership between Comcast and Spectrum.

Blackouts like this are becoming more common as a growing number of channels fight with providers to get more money. It seems this time its Fubo’s turn o fight with a RSN over the cost of the service.

It is unknown exactly when this channel will leave today other than it will happen later today. This leaves cord cutters with one less option to watch SNY. If you are looking DIRECTV STREAM is the other major option for cord cutters. It is possible that SNY will return to Fubo at a later date.

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