Whether or not you can watch out-of-market games (games from another city/state) depends on several factors. Professional sports coverage from the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB is available on:
- Local channels (CBS, NBC, FOX, etc)
- Regional sports network (NBC Sports Bay Area, NESN, MSG, etc)
- National channels (FS1, CBS Sports Network, etc)
If the game is on a Local channel:
For games on CBS, NBC, and FOX, your ability to watch a game from another city depends on whether the game is being broadcast nationally or only in some regions.
If the game is on a Regional sports network:
For games on regional sports networks like NBC Sports Bay Area, NESN, and MSG. Your access to these channels and the teams available to you is determined by the home zip code on your account. These channels travel with you.
- Example: Your home zip code is in Manhattan, NY and you receive MSG and SNY as your regional sports networks. Even when you travel outside of New York, you can still watch Knicks games on MSG.
Any devices you have used outside your home area must have been logged in to the Fubo app from your home area at least once in the last month in order to keep watching while away from home.
If the game is on a National channel:
When your game is on a National network like FS1, or CBS Sports Network you can watch these games no matter where you are in the U.S.
Blackout rules may apply. For example: If the game is on a national network, but is also being broadcast on a local channel where you are located, which may or may not be available on Fubo, the game will be blacked out on the national network.