Fox Sports’ ad-based streaming service for DireCTV and Dish Network will be free starting in early April, the streaming giant announced on Tuesday.
The service, which was launched in late 2015, is part of a larger push by Fox to get the channels online faster, said Fox Sports Vice President of Programming Jeff Borzello in a statement.
The new service, dubbed Fox Sports Now, will also offer ad-blocking options and includes channels including the NFL, MLB, NCAA college basketball, and NHL.
Fox said the service will also include a number of new features that include live scores from the NBA, NHL, and MLB, as well as curated and curated games.
Users will also be able to browse the Fox Sports App for up-to-the-minute stats, including NBA scores, college basketball stats, the most played games in a season, and more.
The service also includes a section called “Live Stats” that highlights highlights highlights from games from the past week.
Users can subscribe to the service at a discounted rate of $9.99 per month, or they can pay as little as $10.99 a month.