MAVTV Select FAST Channel Now Available On Xumo Play

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MAVTV Select has now been added to Xumo Play, providing users of Comcast and Charter’s streaming platform with access to additional motorsports programming.


While MAVTV is available to stream through a variety of live TV services and packages, MAVTV Select is the company’s free, ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channel, making it a good option for those without a live TV plan, or a live TV package that doesn’t include MAVTV.

With MAVTV Select now available on Xumo Play, motorsports fans have an additional way to access the channel. Xumo Play is readily available on devices running on the Xumo operating system, including the new Xumo Stream Box, and can also be downloaded in app form on many other platforms and devices.


This partnership with Xumo allows MAVTV to reach every race fan wherever they may be, and however they consume their motorsports content,” said Ed Niemi, MAVTV Senior Vice President of Content Distribution. “As we continue to grow, Xumo Play provides another outlet for MAVTV’s best-in-class motorsports programming.”

In terms of what Xumo Play users can now expect, MAVTV Select won’t be a direct replacement for the linear MAVTV channel. However, it is a free 24/7 channel dedicated to motorsports content and offers access to a varied selection of programming, including archived race events, car build shows, and more.

The free streaming channel was originally launched in the United States back in 2020 and is already available on competing free streaming services and platforms, including Pluto TV, Samsung TV Plus, The Roku Channel, and Vizio’s WatchFree+.

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