FOX Sports GO Live Streaming App Offers MultiView on Apple TV 

Another step in the appification of TV that also offers the ability to watch multiple games at the same time. Paired with the new Papa John’s ordering app also on Apple TV, it’s another reason not to get off the couch once NFL season kicks into gear.

With FOX Sports GO, Apple TV users who receive FOX Sports TV networks through their pay-TV subscription can now access FOX Sports, FS1, FS2, FOX Sports Regional Networks, FOX College Sports, FOX Deportes, and FOX Soccer Plus on their Apple TVs directly through the app. In total, users can watch more than 3,000 live events — including content from the NFL, MLB, UFC, NASCAR, Big 12 and Pac-12 Football, Big East Basketball, FIFA World Cup, and UEFA Champions League soccer — along with hundreds of hours of studio shows and original content. In addition, FOX Sports GO on Apple TV offers several new features, including a 60 frames-per-second streaming rate and a Multiview Display option, which lets users watch up to four FOX Sports live streams on one screen at the same time.

Source: FOX Sports GO Live Streaming App Arrives on Apple TV | High-Def Digest

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