fuboTV Adds DVR Support For ESPN, ABC, FX, Nat Geo, & Other Disney-Owned Channels
Fortunately, it wasn’t a contractual reason, but a technical one. In order to get the channels live as quickly as possible, they hadn’t quite implemented DVR-support on the networks.
While it’s taken a bit longer than originally expected, fuboTV has officially rolled out DVR support on the channels. For now, it will work on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iOS, Android, and Web. They are still working through issues supporting it on Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs.
So whether you want to record “Sportscenter”, “The Bachelor”, and your favorite NBA, MLB, and NFL games, you now can.
Currently, ABC is be available live in Disney-owned-and-operated markets including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Houston, Raleigh-Durham, and Fresno.
Similar to a regional sports network, ACC Network AND SEC Network will be available for customers in their local market. Those who want it outside of those markets will need to add Fubo Extra ($5.99) or Sports Plus ($10.99).
Starting at $59.99 for fuboTV Standard, the service includes 30 of the Top 35 cable channels, a 30 Hour DVR, and two simultaneous streams. You can upgrade to the Family Bundle for $5 more, which includes a 250 Hour DVR and a third stream. For $15 more, you can upgrade to the Elite Bundle, which includes fubo Extra, a 1,000 Hour DVR, and five simultaneous streams.