The growing number of online streaming platforms has made it easier than ever to “cut the cord” altogether, but due to antiquated broadcasting restrictions, sports has taken awhile to catch up to the crowd. Services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime are ubiquitous nowadays when it comes to movies and TV. UFC 246 Live Stream Modern 4K TVs even come with Wi-Fi connectivity and streaming capabilities built right in, making things even simpler but only recently have services like ESPN+, Fubo, Sling, and Hulu sought to do the same thing for live-action sports.
Topping our list is FuboTV, which is a great platform that features dozens of sports channels you can enjoy. There’s a single bundle to pick here, but you can add loads more channel packs and premium networks if you want to. In the Fubo bundle, you’ll find FOX, so you don’t have to add other elements unless you want to when subscribing to FuboTV.
Those who want to make sure they can also record the game should know that FuboTV offers subscribers some 30 hours of storage space. They can always expand the cap to 500 hours by paying $9.99 per month. FuboTV further allows users to watch content on up two devices at once, but it’s possible to add another screen for $5.99 per month. Make sure to read our FuboTV review for more details.
UFC 246 Streaming Sling TV
Next, we have Sling TV which is a great platform that’s easily customization. There are three bundles to choose between here – Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. You can add loads of channels grouped in packs based on their genre, as well as premium networks. Sling TV hosts Fox in the Blue and Orange+Blue bundles so you can choose either of these two.
Sling TV subscribers can only enjoy cloud DVR space if they pay for it, but it only costs $5 per month for 50 hours worth of storage space, so it’s not that expensive. If you choose to subscribe to the Blue bundle, know that you’ll get to watch content on up to three devices at once, while the Orange + Blue bundle comes with four simultaneous streams. Check out TechNadu’s Sling TV review for more info.