Fuel TV


Fuel TV launches on Rakuten-owned linear streamer in Japan

Action sports channel Fuel TV is now available in Japan via R Channel, a linear streaming service operated by Rakuten Group. Fuel TV says it is the first-ever action sports-oriented channel to be offered on Rakuten’s R Channel. The move also marks an expansion in access to Fuel TV via Rakuten’s streaming services, with the action sports channel already available […]

Fuel TV strikes FAST deal with Sling Freestream

Action sports provider Fuel TV, the global leader in action sports content, has struck an agreement with FAST sports streaming service Sling Freestream. This partnership allows Sling Freestream subscribers access to all of Fuel TV’s programming, a mix of adventure, competition, urban culture and nature lifestyles. Fuel TV says that the partnership between it and […]

Fuel TV to air World Skate Olympics qualifying events

Action sports broadcaster Fuel TV has entered into a partnership with the roller sports international governing body, World Skate to broadcast three 2023 qualifying events ahead of Paris 2024 Olympics. Coverage of Paris 2024 Olympic Men & Women qualifying events includes the Rome Street Qualifier (June 24th – 25th), the Lausanne Street Qualifier September 15—16) […]

Fuel TV on FuboTV

Action sports broadcaster Fuel TV has announced a partnership with FuboTV to launch in the US and Canada. The deal, announced by Fuel TV chief revenue officer Felipe Castilho, will ses subscribers to FuboTV’s Sports Plus add-on package gain access to FuelTV’s premium content focused exclusively on the sports, culture and lifestyles of Surfing, Skateboarding, […]

FUEL TV comes to ZEASN’s WhaleLive

Action sports broadcaster FUEL TV has announced a partnership with ZEASN to bring the channel to its WhaleLive AVOD service. FUEL TV joins hundreds of channels available for free on WhaleLive, with channels from genres including News, Lifestyle, TV and movies, Sports, Kids, Music, Entertainment and Comedy. Inês D’Alte, chief strategy Officer of FUEL TV, […]

FUEL TV launches on DistroTV

Action sports broadcaster FUEL TV has announced a partnership with FAST platform DistroTV. DistoTV, operated by parent company DistroScale, is available for free across a wide array of CTV and mobile devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google TV, LG TV, Samsung TV, Sony TV, iOS, and Android. Fernando Figueiredo, CEO of FUEL […]

Fuel TV expands FAST offering with LG Channels

FAST TV channel Fuel TV has expanded its content offering on LG Channels. The action sports channel is now available on LG Smart TVs models running webOS 4.0 and above. LG Channels will now offer Fuel TV’s original programming, covering surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding and skiing, BMX, mountain biking and lifestyle, music, art and fashion around […]

Fuel TV turns to Wurl for global expansion efforts

Action sports broadcaster Fuel TV has announced an expanded global distribution and delivery partnership with Wurl. The deal will see Wurl responsible for launching the Fuel TV linear channel on several streamers as part of an aggressive distribution expansion strategy. The company will oversee Fuel TV’s launch globally on Sports Tribal, Zeasn, LG, Xiaomi, and […]

Fuel TV expands Pluto TV presence in Europe and Latin America

Action sports broadcaster Fuel TV has announced a distribution deal with ViacomCBS-owned ad-supported streaming platform Pluto TV. Following an initial launch in the UK, the channel is now available on Pluto TV in Spain, France and Latin America, including Brazil. Fuel TV offers more than 900 hours of new programming per year, including 700 hours […]

FUEL TV lands on Netgem

Action sports broadcaster FUEL TV has announced a distribution deal with operator Netgem. The channel is available for free as a FAST channel on Netgem TV’s service in the UK, Ireland, and Gibraltar. The channel will also expand to other European territories in the coming months.  Netgem a total of three million customers across 16 […]