What you need to know
- Fubo will stream Fox coverage of the ALCS in 4K.
- Fox also broadcasts the World Series.
- No word yet on more 4K MLB Playoffs from Fox or others.
Playoff baseball comes to your home with more clarity and detail online than any previous series. Fubo TV is streaming playoff MLB games in 4K, including the 2019 ALCS!
The MLB Playoffs begin Oct. 1, with the first of two Wild Card games. The current Fubo MLB 4K listings start with the American League Championship Series (ALCS) on Saturday, Oct. 12. The MLB Playoffs games that are set for 4K broadcasts so far are airing on Fox Sports. Fox also will be covering the entire World Series and some of the American League Division Series. However, there is no official word yet on 4K broadcasts of those World Series games. We will update you if we hear more.
Watching sports in 4K HDR is a complete game changer. Most people who see one live game in 4K want to see more and more. Baseball fans will certainly be hoping for more MLB Playoffs to be added to this schedule this year. However, it's also a big step that needed to happen for the sport to eventually ready full 4K coverage of the Playoffs, and even the entire season.
Here is the current schedule for MLB Playoff games on Fubo streaming in 4K.
- Oct. 12, American League Championship Series Game 1, FS1 or Fox 4K
- Oct. 13, American League Championship Series Game 2, FS1 or Fox 4K
- Oct. 15, American League Championship Series Game 3, FS1 or Fox 4K
- Oct. 16, American League Championship Series Game 4, FS1 or Fox 4K
- Oct. 17, American League Championship Series Game 5, FS1 or Fox 4K, if necessary
- Oct. 19, American League Championship Series Game 6, FS1 or Fox 4K, if necessary
- Oct. 20, American League Championship Series Game 7, FS1 or Fox 4K, if necessary
Fubo TV has been way ahead of the game by streaming live sports and events in 4K. Fubo pitches 4K broadcasts as part of every Fubo plan with no extra cost, although they label 4K events as a beta. Make sure your high-bandwidth internet connection is ready for the big leagues, and then things should look and sound great once you are all setup. Fubo in 4K is a snap to add to your existing 4K HDR setup. Just connect a 4K display to any Fubo 4K compatible streaming device from the following list:
- Internet Explorer
- Apple TV
- Chromecast Ultra
- Fire TV 4K Stick
- Fire TV Cube
- Roku Premiere / Premiere+
- Roku Ultra
- Roku 4K TVs
- Nvidia Shield TV & other Android TVs
- Supported Android phones
Fubo TV costs $55 a month for the standard plan, which includes 83 channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and can be watched on two screens at a time. Fubo also offers additional plans that can upgrade your channels, cloud DVR recording, number of screens or add premium channels.
The MLB Playoffs aren't the only major fall sports coming to Fubo in 4K. For the first time, the NFL season will stream in 4K on Fubo. Be on the lookout for NCAA College Football games in 4K streaming on Fubo this fall too.
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