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Fubo adds MASN ahead of Baltimore Orioles opening season

The channel also carries live games from the Washington Nationals baseball team.

The channel also carries live games from the Washington Nationals baseball team.

Baseballs. (Photo by Jose Francisco Morales via Unsplash)
(Photo by Jose Francisco Morales via Unsplash)

Sports-focused streaming television service Fubo has inked a deal with the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) to add the home of the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals to its line-up.

The addition will bring MASN to subscribers across seven states — from Charlotte, North Carolina to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania — with distribution of all locally-televised Orioles and Nationals games, along with pre-show and post-show coverage from both teams and other sports programming.

All told, Fubo will stream over 500 live events from MASN annually, the companies said in a statement.

“Fubo is proud to be the home for local sports and the addition of MASN will bring Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals fans even more access to their favorite teams for the 2024 MLB season,” Todd Mathers, the Senior Vice President of Content Strategy and Acquisition at Fubo, said in a statement. “We look forward to expanding baseball coverage across the mid-Atlantic region with Fubo’s leading (Major League Baseball, or MLB) offering.”

“MASN is excited to partner with Fubo and provide Orioles and Nationals fans with an exciting new option to connect with their favorite teams throughout our seven-state television territory,” said John McGuinness, the Senior Vice President at MASN. “Fubo has become a leading sports media platform, and this new partnership will deliver O’s and Nats baseball to a significant new audience.”

In addition to MASN, Fubo offers access to Major League Baseball’s three television products — MLB Network, the whip-around channel MLB Strike Zone and the out-of-market streaming service MLB.TV — as well as national sports networks like ESPN, Fox Sports 1, CBS Sports Network and local ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC stations.

The service also offers sports programming from the National Football League (NFL) and select games from the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Major League Soccer (MLS) across its dozens of live channels, which are available starting at $80 per month (plus taxes and regional sports fees where applicable).

Fubo is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV (Google TV), Apple TV and streaming TVs made by Samsung, LG, Vizio, Sony and VIDAA.

A free trial is available to new customers who sign up for Fubo by clicking or tapping this link.

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