The Regional Sports Network, which launched February 22nd, is the Chicago Cubs home for their local telecasts. Previously, the games would air on NBC Sports Chicago and WGN, but starting with the 2020 season, 145 regular season games (as well as their spring training games thus far) will air exclusively on Marquee Sports Network.
In addition, Cubs fans will have access to expanded pregame and postgame coverage, classic broadcasts from the archives and other programming on the network.
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|Marquee Sports Network||≥ 84,99 $US||-||-||-||-||-||-|
At $54.99 a month, Hulu Live TV is the cheapest option to stream local Cubs games if you don’t have cable or satellite. While it is also available on AT&T TV NOW, it is only part of their more expensive $80 a month Plus Plan. Hulu Live TV also includes FOX, ESPN, TBS, and FOX Sports 1 meaning you will get all nationally televised Cubs games as well.
Don’t expect it to come to YouTube TV, Sling TV, or fuboTV anytime soon. YouTube just reached a new agreement with Sinclair, who jointly owns the channel with the Cubs, but Marquee was left out of the deal. fuboTV and Sling TV no longer carry Sinclair-owned Regional Sports Networks.