The Launch of FanDuel TV Streaming


The new cable television channel, FanDuel TV, has launched as an ad-supported, free to watch streaming television (FAST) channel. The American sports betting company recently announced the launch of the service, which the company said was an “important step in expanding distribution for FanDuel content and reaching new audiences.”

Programming on FanDuel TV Extra features episodes of the channels original studio shows such as “Up & Adams” and “Run It Back.” These shows offer viewers player interviews and expert analysis on NFL and NBA storylines from personalities like Kay Adams, Shams Charania, Michelle Beadle, Chandler Parsons, Lou Williams, and others.

According to a press release, the new channel “…airs more live sports than any other FAST channel currently available”, giving their viewers access to live horse racing coverage, as well as international basketball and soccer.

Airing over 12 hours of live sports a day that can be wagered on significantly differentiates our channel in the market and allows us to reach a new cohort of passionate sports fans and bettors. We plan on continuing to invest in the reach by adding it to other top FAST providers in the near future,” the company added.

FanDuel TV Extra can be streamed on multiple platforms including Pluto TV, The Roku Channel, Xumo Play, Plex, and FanDuel’s OTT platform FanDuel TV+. Programming on the FanDuel channel Extra will also include episodes of the channels original studio shows “Up & Adams” and “Run It Back.”

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