You can watch the rugby world cup, the Olympics and any other sporting event from your phone.
But now the fbi TV series is taking the wraps off a new app that will let you stream live sporting games from the comfort of your own home.
The new app, called Live Sports TV, is being developed by the fbtv channel, and has been dubbed the new way to watch sporting events live.FBNTV is one of the largest cable channels in the US, and boasts more than 3 million subscribers in its US service territory, including New York City, Miami and Chicago.
It has launched live sports content on the network, with the launch of an event live on Sunday, May 7, with a match in the Olympic stadium on Tuesday.
The new Live Sports app is being released in three flavours: One is a standalone app, and is for people who don’t have a mobile device to watch a single sporting event live.
The other two are apps that allow users to watch multiple sporting events at once, or to view all live sporting streams.
You can download a trial of the free app from the fbntv website, or watch a video of a match live via the app on the fbsn app.
Once you’ve signed up, the app will ask for your login details, and then will send you a link to an account for the service.
You’ll be prompted to sign in with your fbTV account credentials.
Once you have the app, you’ll be able to watch sports live from your home device or your mobile phone.
Users will be able watch live games from a number of sources including BBC Sport, the fbmc TV app, the live sports channels on Sling TV, ITV’s Live TV app and the fbtTV app.
You can also watch sports on your desktop or laptop computer.
There’s also a new version of the app for users who want to watch all sporting streams from their mobile phone, but are unable to view the game live.
This is a bit of a step up from the old app that would only allow you to watch an individual match, or the app that only allowed you to view one sporting event at a time.
The fbiTV app is expected to be rolled out in the UK, Australia and the US in the coming weeks.