Tubi users are now able to watch live NBA G League Games for free, thanks to a new multi-year agreement between Fox’s streaming service and the League. Tubi has always been a great destination for free content, and this latest deal adds to the sports content available to stream on the platform at no cost.
In total, there will be more than 75 live NBA G League games available to watch each season on Tubi, including more than a dozen G League Ignite games and select G League Playoff games. The first of these games takes place on November 10th, when G League Ignite takes on the Ontario Clippers at 10 p.m. ET.
All of the games will be available to watch on Tubi’s new NBA G League TV FAST channel, which can be accessed directly through the Live TV section of the Tubi website and apps. However, the FAST channel will only be live for 48 hours each week (Friday and Saturday) for Tubi Game Days.
Beginning every Friday at 9:00 a.m. ET, NBA G League TV viewers will have access to four exclusive live games each weekend. This is in addition to other related programming, including all-access behind-the-scenes content, original series, studio programming, classic games and highlights.
“We are thrilled to team up with the NBA G League for over 75 exciting match-ups and unbelievable moments from the game’s breakout emerging players,” said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer at Tubi. “Bringing together the G League’s next generation of stars and our young and highly engaged audience is another dynamic step in our sports content strategy.”
For those unfamiliar with the G League, this is the NBA’s official minor league. Not only does it act as a place where players, coaches, officials, and trainers are prepared for the NBA, but it is also used as a development laboratory to test innovative rules used at the NBA level.