Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) are channels that provide local sports coverage based on your area. Content available on RSNs varies based on location.
|Regional Sports Networks|
|AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburg||AT&T Sportsnet Southwest||
|NBC Sports Bay Area|
|NBC Sports Boston||NBC Sports California||
NBC Sports Chicago
NBC Sports Chicago +
|NBC Sports Northwest|
NBC Sports Philadelphia
NBC Sports Philadelphia +
|NBC Sports Washington||NESN||SNY - Sportsnet New York|
Can I watch my RSN when I'm traveling?
Your access to these channels is determined by the home zip code on your account. These channels do travel with you, however, you must have logged into fuboTV on your device from your home area within the last month to watch when you're away from home.
Can I see other areas’ RSNs?
No, only RSNs available in your home area will be available to you on fuboTV.
Will my RSN still carry a game if it is also airing on a national network?
If a national network (NBA TV, NBCSN, etc) has an exclusive broadcast, only that national network will provide that game.
If a national network and regional sports networks are airing the same game, there may be blackouts based on where you're located.
- Example: A Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors game is airing on both NBA TV and each team’s regional sports network, AT&T Sportsnet Southwest and NBC Sportsnet Bay Area respectively. The game is available nationwide on NBA TV except in the Houston and San Francisco markets. The game will be available to local fans on AT&T Sportsnet Southwest and NBC Sports Network Bay Area.
Why can't I see all of the teams available on my regional sport network?
For games on regional sports networks the teams available to you is determined by the home zip code on your account.
- Example: Your home zip code is in Manhattan, NY and you receive MSG and SNY as your regional sports networks. Even though the Buffalo Sabres are a team shown on MSG, Manhattan is outside the viewing area for the Buffalo Sabres.