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Last updated on Feb 26, 2020

Fox Sports GO Review

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Fox Sports Go

Pros

  • Stream live games
  • Free with TV provider
  • Watch four games simultaneously

Cons

  • Only supports regional networks
  • Features depend on TV provide
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How We Reviewed Fox Sports GO

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Fox Sports GO has been around for a significant amount of time, launching back in 2013. Fox Sports Networks originally designed the app as an extension for customers with cable and satellite providers to stream its content. The video streaming service also functions with alternative streaming services like Hulu + Live TV. Following an acquisition and subsequent split in 2019, Fox Sports GO only supports regional sports networks as well as FOX Sports Midwest, Prime Ticket, and YES Network. Big Ten Networks, College Sports regional networks, Fox Deportes, FOX, FS1, and FS2 are only available through the Fox Sports app.

Just keep in mind, if you don’t receive any of the aforementioned networks as part of your current cable or alternate live streaming package, you may not be able to stream content from Fox Sports GO.

Fox Sports GO at a Glance

Price
Free trial
Simultaneous streams
Ad-free
Fox Sports GO
Free with TV provider
none
varies by provider
no

How We Evaluated Fox Sports GO

Fox Sports GO has undergone changes to its streaming service within the past year that have altered its coverage. Fox Sports Networks recently split due to the sale of Fox to the Walt Disney Company. Since Disney already owns ESPN, the company sold Fox’s sports networks to Sinclair Broadcast Group. As a result, Fox Sports GO split with Fox Sports, ultimately altering what content you can stream on the Fox Sports GO app, which has subsequently limited accessible channels.

Unlike some services like ESPN+, Fox Sports GO works as an extension of the TV provider rather than a streaming service wholly its own. Features vary with your TV provider and package. This may result in differences in the number of screens you can watch at the same time, how many channels are available to you, and streaming quality. For this review, we took a look at the content available to its customers, as well as useful features that tend to hinge on the TV provider.

Fox Sports GO vs. Other Video Streaming Services

Fox Sports Go
Hulu + Live TV
Sling TV
fubo TV
Price
Free with TV provider
$54.99/mo.
$45/mo. for Sling Orange & Blue
$54.99/mo.
Free trial
None
7 days
7 days
7 days
Simultaneous streams
Varies by provider
2
3
2
Number of sports channels
RSNs vary by region
15+
17
32
Offline downloads
No
Yes
No
No
DVR storage
None
50 hours
10 hours
30 hours

Key Fox Sports GO Considerations

Watch multiple games simultaneously

Many sports streaming services offer features that let you watch multiple games concurrently to save you from the hassle of switching back and forth between channels. With Fox Sports GO, you can view up to four games at the same time with its split-screen feature. The Multiview tool permits you to toggle between four separate settings: Single, Picture in Picture, Dual, and Mosaic. Streaming four games at once segments your screen into a mosaic-like view for easy watching. This feature only works with Fox sports networks within your region.

Navigating the interface

Fox Sports GO displays a basic grid interface with videos sectioned off between the categories Live Now, Featured, and Upcoming. The content is downward scrollable over a white background that makes videos pop. The Upcoming section operates as a schedule exhibiting upcoming games and matches along with the times in which they air. Along the top menu bar you’re able to access Replays, Highlights, and Settings to catch up on previously aired content and control your viewing experience.

Switch between devices

Fox Sports GO is available across several devices, including Android and iOS mobile devices, smart TVs, tablets, and web browsers — although, the number of devices that can stream simultaneously depends on your package with your TV provider. You can switch between devices seamlessly as long as you’re signed in to the devices you intend to use. For example, to switch between your smartphone and TV, make sure you either have a smart TV or casting device attached to your TV and hooked up to Wi-Fi, then select the casting icon on your phone’s screen.

The Bottom Line

Fox Sports GO is a useful streaming service for anyone who already pays for cable, satellite, or an alternative streaming service that provides Fox Sports Networks. If you live in a region with access to local sports coverage and events, then this streaming app gives you more flexibility with how you watch. But if you’re located in an area with limited coverage or poor Wi-Fi connectivity, then you may want to consider another option.

About the Authors

Zack Kulm

Zack Kulm Contributing Writer

Zack Kulm is a writer and contributor to soda.com. He covers a variety of topics from entertainment and gaming technologies to pop culture commentary. Kulm received a degree in English from Penn State University and Film Studies from Pittsburgh Filmmakers Institute. He also produces award-winning documentaries.