fuboTV, the sports-oriented OTT TV service, said it has exited the beta phase on Roku TVs and Roku players, a move that extends features such as its cloud DVR to subscribers.
fuboTV’s baseline cloud DVR provides up to 30 hours of personal storage (with no set expiration on recordings), and an option to purchase an additional 500 hours of cloud storage for $9.99 per month.
The updated version of the service also features a new user interface/experience, updated video controls for VOD and DVR-recorded programming that, for example, let users “scrub” to any point in the video and snap 15 seconds back or forward in one click. It also features a VOD vault with more than 10,000 hours of content from programming partners that include CBS, Fox, NBC, among others, and a Lookback feature that lets viewers replay shows that aired in the past 72 hours.
fuboTV new platform is also out of beta on Apple TV, ioS and Android mobile devices, web browsers and for Google Chromecast.
It’s exiting beta on Roku as fuboTV faces off with a growing number of other virtual MVPDs that include PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, Philo, CenturyLink Stream, Sling TV, and Hulu.
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fuboTV announced in October that it had more than 100,000 subs. It has raised $75.6 million in funding so far.
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