YouTube TV Adds BTN Overflow Channels




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Fans of soccer watching matchThis week YouTube TV quietly added BTN overflow channels. The Big Ten Network (BTN) often airs several games at the same time for different markets. You may see one game where you live, but someone in a different area will see a different game. In the past with YouTube TV only showed the main feed in your area. If you wanted to access the other games, you had to log into the Fox Sports app to watch games outside of your market.

Now YouTube TV subscribers have confirmed to Cord Cutters News that BTN’s overflow channels are now available inside the YouTube TV app. Now, these channels only show up when there is a second game happening. This seems to happen most often during college football and basketball season.

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