Recently Fubo TV released a video presenting their speed test results. In their tests they tested DirecTV, Sling TV, Fubo TV and Playstation VUE. Curious about the results?
If you want to know how the different speed tests worked and which platform came out as the fastest, take a look at the YouTube video beneath.
Are these results real?
Well, as you can see on the video, they seem to be. But, one should of course be a bit skeptical about a speed test created by the company actually partaking in the same test. There might be a difference between the computers, but most important, Fubo TV would never release material in which they did not end up as number one. Let us say that Fubo TV ended up third in one of the tests? What would they do? They would simply skip those results and cut that part out from the video.
This is in other words a video subjective to the purpose of Fubo TV, but that does not mean that it is fake. It is very likely that the results presented actually reflect the truth, because there is little doubt about the speeds available at Fubo TV. The website and their streams are fast and easy to load, and if you haven’t tried Fubo TV yet, now is the time.
If you want to find out more about how you can access and watch Fubo TV outside the United States, just press the link.
What to watch on Fubo TV nowadays?
There are so many goodies coming up on Fubo TV in the near future. In a few days you can watch the World Cup 2018 qualifiers, including matches between Brazil and Uruguay, Argentina and Chile, Norway and Northern Ireland and lots of other matches. Then comes April, and with April we will get to see lots of fantastic European football. Some of the highlights will be the matches between Real Madrid and Bayern Munchen and Juventus and Barcelona in the Champions League, and of course the El Classico at Santiago Barnabeu in Madrid on April 23rd. Go ahead and get started with Fubo TV right away, you will not regret it!