Tubi Is Now Available on Xbox Series X and Series S




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Today Tubi announced it is now available on the new Xbox Series XIS. With this new launch, Xbox users can now stream Tubi’s free library of over 70,000 hours of content from FOX, Disney Pixar, anime favorites, and much more. Tubi will also soon feature more than 25 live streaming channels including FOX’s NewsNOW, as well as news from 17 local FOX stations.

“Tubi and Microsoft have had a longstanding partnership on Xbox One and we are excited to continue our collaboration,” said Andrea Clarke-Hall, Head of Business Development at Tubi. “The Tubi app brings forward instant access to premium cost-free content on the next generation of Xbox consoles.”

With Tubi, viewers can browse categories including Westerns, Classics, Reality TV, Thrillers, and more. Tubi also launched a Tubi Kids section last year. The section is full of kid friendly content, with plenty of titles to keep kids happy and give parents peace of mind that the content in the section is age appropriate.  

Tubi grew to 33 million active users in August 2020, a 65% increase year over year, a new record for the free streaming service. The service has reached over 200 million hours streamed each month since April.

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