Pac-12 Networks announced today a multi-year partnership with fuboTV, the leading sports-first live streaming TV service. As part of the agreement, Pac-12 Network, the Networks’ primary national channel, is now available to all subscribers of “Fubo Premier” at no extra charge. fuboTV’s base package, Fubo Premier includes more than 70 channels, including more sports than any similar bundle from any other streaming TV provider.
In addition, all six of Pac-12 Networks’ regional channels are also now available to fuboTV subscribers as part of its “Sports Plus” add-on package. The launch of Pac-12 Networks on fuboTV coincides with the start of the Networks’ coverage of 2017 Pac-12 football, which begins with two games later today. The first three weeks of football will see several top matchups on Pac-12 Networks, including Colorado vs. Colorado State on Friday, Sept. 1, USC’s home-opener against Western Michigan on Saturday, Sept. 2, UCLA vs. Hawaii from the Rose Bowl on Saturday, Sept. 9, Washington State vs. Oregon State on Saturday, Sept. 16 and Washington vs. Fresno State also on Saturday, Sept. 16. In total, Pac-12 Networks will feature 11 of the Conference’s 12 universities and nine home-openers over the first three weeks.
“We’re thrilled to make the Pac-12 Networks’ full portfolio of content available to fuboTV subscribers, including the 850 live events to be broadcast as part of the 2017-2018 season,” said Alden Budill, Pac-12 Networks Senior Vice President / Head of Distribution & Partner Marketing. “We look forward to working with fuboTV to bring our compelling content to even more fans across the country.”
A provider of Internet-based, over-the-top (OTT) television, fuboTV offers some of the world’s most popular live sports and entertainment content. The service brings subscribers access to regional, national and international networks via TVs, tablets, mobile devices and computers. As its base package, fuboTV’s “Fubo Premier” is currently available to customers for $34.99 per month; “Sports Plus” is available as an add-on.
“We’re excited to add Pac-12 Networks – including some of the top college sports competition in the country – to our industry-leading, sports-first offering,” said Ben Grad, fuboTV head of North American content strategy and acquisition. “For fans looking to watch their favorite team on Pac-12 Networks, no one else can match the value and experience that fuboTV provides.”
In total, Pac-12 Networks will air 15 Pac-12 football games over the Conference’s first three weeks of the season and 35 overall on the year. More information on fuboTV, including a channel line-up and pricing options, is available at fubo.tv/welcome/channels. More information on Pac-12 Networks’ schedule of live events is available at Pac-12.com.
Here’s a complete least of newly added Pac-12 sport channels:
- Pac-12 Arizona
- Pac-12 Bay Area
- Pac-12 Oregon
- Pac-12 Washington
- Pac-12 Mountain
- Pac-12 Los Angeles
As part of a separate, previously announced deal with Fox, the following networks also just went live on the “Sports Plus” package, which now features 14 channels:
- FOX College Sports Atlantic
- FOX College Sports Central
- FOX College Sports Pacific