Help us protect your freedom of choice

Right now, the world’s biggest media companies are plotting to limit your options to watch live sports.

Use your voice. Protect your choice!

A letter from Fubo CEO and Co-founder, David Gandler

When we launched Fubo in 2015, our mission was clear: to give sports fans the ability to watch live sports any time, on all your devices, and at a fair price.

Many of you have been with us since we first made that promise in 2015. We thank you.

Upcoming Challenges

We have always been proud that Fubo was the original sports-first streaming product on the market. But the journey has been very challenging. To bring you the content you love, we need to work with some of the world’s biggest media companies.

Since the very beginning of Fubo, we believe these media companies have not played fairly and instead taken advantage of our smaller size and independent status to obtain the most favorable deals for themselves. And in doing that, we have been forced to pass on to our consumers prices beyond what we believe is fair to consumers, particularly to those who are most interested in sports.

At the same time, seeing the value that Fubo brings to its consumers, many of these media companies have launched their own services. This includes the forthcoming sports streaming joint venture recently announced by several major media companies.

Today, Fubo is fighting back. We have filed a lawsuit against Walt Disney, FOX, Warner Bros. Discovery and their affiliates for their anti-competitive tactics. Even before their joint venture was announced, we believe these companies have had a clear agenda to eliminate competition by forcing distributors like Fubo to carry hundreds of unwanted channels which force higher prices and stifle our innovation, while giving themselves the ability to market and sell live-sport only services without the same restrictions.

What This Would Mean For You

Right now, we can’t offer you a bundle of just the sports channels you want, at the right price. These content partners require us to license and broadcast to you channels you do not want. This inflates the price we have to charge you.

So the joint venture might sound like a solution. But, as stated in our lawsuit, we believe a marketplace that offers only one sports-focused package of channels is monopolistic. And a monopoly can charge whatever rates it wants because there will be no competition – no competition to keep prices low to attract customers. Monopolies also don’t need to keep coming up with innovative and intuitive product features to make the sports streaming experience the best it can be.

Make Your Voice Heard

These representatives are committed to antitrust and fair play. Let them know that you’re against this joint venture.

Chuck Schumer (D-NY)@senschumer202-224-6542
Dick Durbin (D-IL)@SenatorDurbin202-224-2152
Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)@SenAmyKlobuchar202-224-3244
Ben Luján (D-NM)@SenatorLujan202-224-6621
Mike Lee (R-UT)@SenMikeLee202-224-5444
Ted Cruz (R-TX)@SenTedCruz202-224-5922
Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY-08)@repjeffries202-225-5936
Thomas Massie (R-KY)@RepThomasMassie202-225-3465
Lou Correa (D-CA-46)@reploucorrea202-225-2965
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA-05)@cathymcmorris202-225-2006
Frank Pallone (D-NJ-06)@frankpallone202-225-4671
Jerrold Nadler (D-NY-12)@RepJerryNadler202-225-5635

Thank you for your continued support.

David Gandler

Fubo Co-founder and CEO

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