FuboTV (NYSE:FUBO) stock is making waves on Wednesday as investors on Reddit boost up one of their favorite companies.
Here’s everything you need to know about FUBO stock today.
- FuboTV is a streaming service that users can sign up for with a focus on providing live sports coverage.
- That coverage includes the South American World Cup qualifier taking place this week.
- The company is also testing out a new service that allows users to access live data during the stream.
- It will also include trivia questions that users can answer for a chance to win one year of the service for free.
- That’s a heck of a prize considering the monthly cost of a subscription is $65.
- FuboTV says that goal of this is to test out how much interactivity subscribers want from the service.
- This comes as it prepares to launch a gambling platform through its service later this year.
- That would allow for subscribers to bet on games and the company hopes it will increase engagement and revenue.
- Subscribers to fuboTV also benefit from a wide range of original programming through the streaming service.
- That includes plenty of coverage of the South American World Cup qualifier this week.
- Content to keep an eye out for includes pre-match, half-time, and post-match shows.
- All of these shows will be available to watch in both English and Spanish.
- While the streaming service focuses on live sports, it also allows users to watch other content as well.
- That includes shows such as This Is Us, The Simpsons, The Walking Dead, The Bachelor, Shark Tank, and more.
FUBO stock is heading 15.1% higher as of Wednesday afternoon.
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