Vidgo Adds SportsGrid To Plus, Premium and Ultimate Plans

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Vidgo subscribers now have access to SportsGrid after the free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channel was added to the live TV service’s lineup.


SportsGrid offers 24/7 coverage of sports betting, and those already signed up to Fubo, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, already have access to the channel. In fact, SportsGrid was also recently added to DirecTV Stream along with NFL RedZone.

Now joining that list is Vidgo. After adding FMC (Family Movie Classics) a couple of weeks ago, SportsGrid was officially added to Vidgo’s channel lineup earlier today.


Considering it is a FAST channel, there’s no additional cost to subscribers. Likewise, there is no minimum plan requirement, with SportsGrid now available to all of Vidgo’s Plus, Premium, and Ultimate subscribers.

We are extremely pleased to launch SportsGrid on the Vidgo TV platform with their extensive line-up of linear sports channels featuring live event coverage of NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS, and college football,” said Gregg Sussman, SportsGrid VP, Content. “The SportsGrid pre and in-game programming provides the fanatical sports audience with predictive data analysis and in-depth commentary serving the millions of fantasy and sports wagering viewers.”

For those without a Vidgo subscription, the live TV service’s plans start at $69.99 a month and unlock access to a wide variety of channels. For those wanting the richest experience possible, the Ultimate package costs $99.99 a month.


If not looking to sign up to a live TV package, it is also possible to watch SportsGrid through a variety of free streaming services.

For example, the 24/7 sports betting network can be accessed on LG TVs (through LG Channels), Samsung TVs (through Samsung TV Plus), as well as for free on Roku TVs, Fire TVs, and Vizio smart TVs.

John Finn

By John Finn

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