Tennis Channel’s Free T2 Network Added To Amazon Freevee And Fubo

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Tennis Channel‘s free T2 streaming network has now been added to both Amazon Freevee and Fubo, providing even more homes with access to tennis-related content and programming.


Earlier this year, Sinclair Broadcast Group and YouTube TV struck a new deal that saw the addition of Tennis Channel and T2 to YouTube TV’s lineup. While T2 is now included with YouTube TV’s base package, Tennis Channel is available through the live TV service’s Sports Plus add-on.

For those signed up to Fubo instead of YouTube TV, they have also now gained access to the T2 network. With T2 having been added to Fubo’s Pro package, all subscribers now have access to the channel, irrespective of the plan they are subscribed to.


For those without a live TV package, it is also now possible to watch the T2 network directly through Amazon Freevee. This is Amazon’s own free, ad-supported streaming service and unlocks access to a number of free live channels as well as a selection of free on-demand content.

We’re excited to work with Amazon Freevee and Fubo to bring live, daily tennis to millions of tennis fans all year long,” said Lee Schlazer, senior vice president, distribution, Sinclair and Tennis Channel. “There’s never been this opportunity for so many Americans to watch the best tennis matches and players in the world every day. We’re thrilled to expand our availability to Freevee and Fubo.”

Advertised as the Tennis Channel’s second television network, T2 provides access to matches and original programming not shown on the main Tennis Channel network. As T2 carries different live matches from the tournaments shown on Tennis Channel, it is a good network to have access to, and regardless of whether also subscribed to a live TV package that includes Tennis Channel.

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