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As it continues to expand its bouquet after its recent acquisition, leading advertising video-on-demand (AVOD) service Tubi has added FOX Entertainment’s Ultimate Tag series to its streaming options.
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In each episode of Ultimate Tag, everyday citizens compete in the game and must vault, dodge, tumble and dive over various epic, three-dimensional moving courses. Their one simple goal is not to get caught. As competitors progress, they are challenged to take on even more extreme courses and earn points for their performance in each game.

Chasing the contestants every step of the way are a variety of resident “professional” Taggers, larger-than-life characters who have a range of athletic skills. These Taggers are intermittently released into the course, and only the contestants who can outlast them the longest will secure their place in the championship game and a chance at a big cash prize. All ten episodes from Season One, are co-hosted by NFL superstar sibling trio J.J., T.J., and Derek Watt.

“Sports entertainment enthusiasts are sure to binge Ultimate Tag, with each episode showcasing a level of adrenaline-fueled action that keeps you on the edge of your seat,” said Tubi chief content officer Adam Lewinson,. “We’re excited to tap into FOX’s arsenal of premium competition series for Tubi’s viewers to enjoy absolutely free.”

With total view time surpassing 200 million hours of content streamed in June 2020 alone, Tubi has over 23,000 movies and television shows from over 200 content partners, including nearly every major studio. Ultimate Tag marks the fourth series from Fox, which bought the company in March 2020, that has been added to Tubi’s library of over 23,000 movies and television shows – following The Masked Singer, Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back and later this year LEGO Masters.