Streaming sports in 4K can be a challenging endeavor, as most streaming services don't go beyond 1080p resolution. (And even then, live events often top out at 720p.)
An exception, though, is Fubo TV, which has been streaming live sporting events in 4K.
That continues tonight for college basketball, with Xavier at Villanova. Fubo TV will be streaming the game in 4K resolution via FS1, which is part of the basic Fubo TV package. The game starts at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time. (That's 5:30 p.m. on the West Coast.)
Technically, Fubo TV's 4K streams are a beta product, so occasionally hiccups do happen. (But anecdotally, it's improved greatly since it launched last summer.) Fubo TV has a free seven-day trial, too, so you can give things a whirl before shelling out for the monthly service.
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