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fuboTV Adds MSG Networks, Details New Pricing Structure

MSG’s regional sports nets join flagship ‘Fubo Premier’ tier (Updated) 9/26/2017 10:40 AM Eastern Last updated at 9/26/2017 11:26 AM

fuboTV, the sports-focused virtual MVPD, said it has inked a multi-year deal with MSG Networks that will result in regional carriage via its flagship tier, Fubo Premier. 

fuboTV’s carriage deal with MSG Networks, the first for a live streaming OTT service, includes access to MSG’s regional sports networks, MSG and MSG+, and comes ahead of the NBA and NHL seasons.

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fuboTV said it will carry the MSG Networks throughout their regional footprint, including the greater New York City metro area and all of New York State.

fuboTV subscribers in the region will be able to tune into MSG Networks’ live coverage of 10 New York-area pro sports teams – the New York Knicks; New York Rangers; New York Islanders; New Jersey Devils; Buffalo Sabres; New York Liberty; New York Red Bulls and the Westchester Knicks, plus team coverage of the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills. 

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Fubo Premier is available to subs in New York at $19.99 for the first two months, and $44.99 thereafter.

Later, those subs will be able to use their fuboTV credentials to access the MSG GO website and mobile app.

UPDATE: fuboTV also detailed a new pricing structure that takes effect in October.

Its $19.99 per month promotion price, good for the first two months, will offered through the first quarter of 2018.

The official monthly price for Fubo Premier is dropping to $39.99 from the previously announced price of $49.99 per month, and is to be offered to all new subs following the aforementioned two-month promo price.

The price for Fubo Premier in New York state and the NY metro area is $44.99 per month, and includes the MSG and MSG+ regional nets.

Additionally, the original introductory price of $34.99 per month for Fubo Premier is being phased out, but that price will remain in place for existing customers.

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