FuboTV Has Just Launched Its Free to Play Pick’em Games Competition
FuboTV has just launched its Pick’em Games Competition which is free to play for its customers and allows them to try and predict the winners of the live games on its platform.
Fubo hopes to grow the contest and eventually aim to add prizes going to the players who pick the most winners of the series of live events on the streaming platform.
Also, Fubo has a sportsbook that is integrated with its TV platform, and this will allow players to place real money wagers on their Pick’em selections via a link on the live streaming platform.
While other media companies are entering into external partnerships with betting companies, FuboTV and Fubo Sportsbook have combined both into one ecosystem. The launch of pick’ems will further demonstrate FuboTV’s unique product integration and commitment to offering fans real-time immersive experiences across multiple touchpoints.
FuboTV is a live TV streaming platform offering over 100 Sports to subscription users in North America and a couple of regions in Europe, France, and Spain. In 2021 Fubo launched its sportsbook specifically to integrate with FuboTV.
The company hopes to give customers a more interactive sports viewing and gaming experience. This also makes Fubo one of the few owners of a live streaming platform that also operates its own sportsbook and has not partnered with an external iGaming operator.
Our mission is to transform the TV experience through interactive engagement, including free gaming and real-money wagering, into streaming video. This industry-first integration has been popular with consumers, and, as we reported on our recent first quarter 2022 earnings call, we’re already seeing encouraging early signs of the flywheel effect between FuboTV and Fubo Sportsbook. We believe our built-in video audience will allow us to acquire users more efficiently with a limited amount of marketing spend. We will continue to build our fully unified streaming TV and sportsbook experience with the rollout of more interactive features this year.