What will it take to get a Fox Sports subscription?
Fox Sports announced Monday that it will add a live sports package to its digital subscription services.
Fox Sports’ sports channel, Fox Sports Go, will get a full-time production crew.
The full-day package will cost $15 per month and include live sports coverage and a full slate of events including the NCAA Tournament, the Ryder Cup, and the NCAA Championship.
The live-streaming option will also be available on the Fox Sports GO app.
A live-event package will be available for Fox Sports subscribers starting in the second quarter of 2020.
Fox sports subscribers who sign up for the package before March 31, 2020, will also get access to the live sports streams on Fox Sports Radio and Fox Sports TV.
Fox Sports announced that it is adding live sports packages to its subscription services for the first time in its history.
The sports package will include live content and live events, including the National Football League (NFL) championship game, NCAA championship game and the Ryder Trophy golf tournament.
The package will also include a full lineup of events from NCAA golf to the Ryder and World Series golf tournaments.
FoxSports Go, a new subscription service that launched in May, also has an option to stream live games and events from Fox Sports, but Fox Sports customers can opt out of the service for free.
It is also currently available in Canada, but only for Canadian customers.
FoxSports Go is available for $5.99 per month, or $11.99 a year.
The addition of live sports to FoxSports’ sports subscription services is an important step in bringing the sports network into the digital age, which is expected to be the next major evolution of the sports ecosystem.