The world’s biggest sports broadcaster is launching a new streaming service that will allow users to watch live sports from home, even if they’re outside the United States.
Fox Sports will begin offering live streams of Fox’s New Mutant programming, which includes live coverage of the New England Patriots, NBA Finals games and college basketball, starting with the NBA Finals on Friday.
The service will be available to stream in a number of markets.
The new service is based on the Fox Sports app, which currently offers live sports on iOS, Android and Roku.
It will be similar to Fox’s sports streaming platform, which was launched in 2015.
Fox’s new service will work in conjunction with Fox Sports Go, which is a separate app that lets users access their favorite sports teams and leagues via their smartphones, tablets and computers.
Fox sports programming will also be available in many other international markets, including the U.K., Italy, South Africa and Argentina.
“We are very excited to be offering live sports streaming to our fans in many more markets than we can now,” said Fox Sports president Kevin Reilly.
“It’s an important step for our sports fan base.
We’re committed to expanding the reach of Fox Sports and we believe this new service to deliver even more sports and content to fans in even more markets will make our fans even more excited to watch our sports.”
Fox Sports has long been a big sports fan and is known for its sports coverage.
It launched the sports-focused Fox Sports Extra in 2015 and has been making moves to expand its sports portfolio.
It has also added some marquee sports to its roster over the past year, including football, boxing and soccer.
Fox will also have live coverage in Mexico, Brazil, South Korea and China, where it has also broadcast its New Mutan series.
Fox is currently the biggest sports network in the United Kingdom, and the New Mutans series will be part of the network’s coverage of soccer in the summer of 2020.