fuboTV nets college basketball in 4K | 4K/UltraHD | News | Rapid TV News
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Adding to its growing roster of sports content, over-the-top video provider fuboTV is claiming to be the first live TV streaming service to bring fans NCAA college hoops in 4K.

marchmadness 6March2019Launched in time for the imminent tip-off of March Madness, the new deal marks the first time fuboTV will carry the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament in full, with selected  games in the Big Ten tournament and Big East tournament shown in 4K. Other March Madness action available to stream with fuboTV  includes coverage of the Big Ten tournament, Big East tournament, Pac-12 tournament, Atlantic 10, CAA, C-USA, MVC, Patriot League and Mountain West championships.

The offer is among a number of firsts claimed by the company and in the realm of 4K/HDR, the service claimed to be the first virtual multichannel video program distributor (vMVPD) to stream in 4K, and eight months later it says it remains the only one, and one of the only pay-TV providers — including cable and satellite— with Ultra HD capabilities. Content includes the football World Cup, La Liga and EPL’s biggest soccer matches, to the MLB playoffs and NCAA college football.