FuboTV, the parent company of Fubo Gaming, has announced a broadcast deal with UEFA to show live games from the UEFA Nations League 2022/23 soccer tournament.
Strengthening its sporting connections, as the firm continues to roll out its sportsbook and gaming project, Fubo has secured the exclusive rights to broadcast 60 live games from the UEFA tournament on its Fubo Sports Network.
FuboTV will also stream select UEFA Nations League matches on Fubo Sports Network via its distribution partners, including Hisense Smart TVs, LG Channels, Sports on Tubi, Plex, Samsung TV Plus, The Roku Channel, Vizio Channels and XUMO.
The streaming and gaming firm has the rights to reigning champions France’s opening fixture vs Denmark.
Notably, Fubo will broadcast all four England games on Fubo Sports Network, with England vs Hungary, England vs Germany, England vs Italy and England vs Hungary once more via the platform.
Enhancing its output to supplement its wagering options, Fubo is using its proprietary interactive product features during its Nations League broadcasts. This offers fans the scores and player/game stats across UEFA Nations League matches, in the same screen, with the FanView live stats feature.
Furthermore, fans using AppleTV can use Fubo’s Multiview product to watch up to four matches simultaneously, or up to two matches alongside its FanView product.
The firm recently published its Q1 report, noting that total North American streaming revenues reached $236.7m, up 98% YoY and setting a new record for the division. With operations in the rest of the world, revenues reached $242.0m, up 102% YoY.