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How to Watch TYC Sports Live Without Cable - Top 3 Options

You can watch TYC Sports live without cable with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, or AT&T TV. In this article, we’ll help you decide which option is best for you. Let’s get started!

Wondering what sports you can watch on TyC Sports right now? Take a look at the Flixed TV Guide for TyC Sports to get an in-depth look at everything airing on this service for the next 7 days.

Watch TYC Sports on fuboTV

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fuboTV got its start in 2015 with a focus on international sports – soccer, in particular. So it comes as no surprise that you can watch TYC Sports without cable on fuboTV, as well as plenty of other great Spanish-language channels and sports channels, like beIN Sports.

fuboTV Pricing and Packages

As seen in the pricing table in this section, fuboTV comes in a few primary packages, with the base-tier $64.99/month “fubo family” package below as the cheapest option.

You can upgrade to get some more channels and features, like some extra channels with fubo Extra, or an extended DVR and more simultaneous streams.

However, you don’t need any of those packages to watch TYC Sports on fuboTV. The base-tier fubo family package will work just fine. You don’t get TYC Sports in this package for free, though. You’ll need to pay a $5.99/month fee for the International Sports Plus package. Learn more here.

fuboTV Channels

Your fuboTV subscription will come with a ton of top sports channels like Fox Sports, NBCSN and the Olympic Channel, as well as plenty of other top channels like CNN, Fox News, A&E, IFC, BET and more.

The International Sports Plus package contains TYC Sports, Fox Soccer Plus, GOLTV English and Spanish, and Eleven Sports, making it a great option if you like following soccer and other international sports in Spanish-speaking countries. Learn more here.

What’s On fuboTV?

Want a sneak preview of what’s on fuboTV? Let Flixed help! The Flixed TV Guide for fuboTV lets you see all the shows, movies, events, and sports matches airing on fuboTV for up to 7 days, complete with details about each program. It’s ad-free, requires no sign-up, and is easy to use, so give it a try now.

fuboTV Supported Devices

With fuboTV, you can watch TYC Sports without cable on pretty much any modern streaming device. You’ll find support for iOS and Android as well as web browsers, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Apple TV. Learn more here.

fuboTV Simultaneous Streams

You can stream on 3 devices at once with fuboTV by default. If that’s not enough, though, you can get up to 5 simultaneous streams for a $9.99/month fee, or with the fubo Elite plan. Learn more here.

fuboTV DVR

By default, you’ll get a free 250-hour cloud DVR with fuboTV. If you want to record more content, you can pay $16.99/month or upgrade to the fubo Elite plan for 1,000 hours of DVR storage space, which should be plenty of space for just about any cord-cutter. Learn more here.

fuboTV On-Demand Library

fuboTV has a large selection of on-demand content. It sources its shows and movies from the cable channels that it carries, like TYC Sports, FX, and more. Most recently-aired shows can also be viewed within 72 hours of their last airing, so you can often catch important events and shows even if you forget to use your DVR.

Watch TYC Sports on Sling TV

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If you want to watch TYC Sports without cable on a budget, Sling TV is a great option. Sling TV launched in 2015, and has made a name for itself as a low-cost cable alternative, thanks to its unique “a la carte” approach to internet TV. Learn more below.

Sling TV Pricing and Packages

Sling TV has two primary subscription services, which are called Sling Blue and Sling Orange. Both cost $35/month, and come with a similar number of channels, but each one also has some exclusive channels. Sling Orange has ESPN, for example, and Sling Blue has Fox Sports. You can combine both for $50/month.

However, TYC Sports doesn’t come by default in either package. Instead, you can add the Sudamerica pack to Sling Orange for a $5/month fee, or get the $5/month Sling Deportes pack to get TYC Sports.Learn more here.

Sling TV Channels

The Sudamerica pack comes with 15 different South American channels, including Canal Sur TV, TYC Sports, Bolivia TV, Telefe, Eltrece, and NTN24. If you opt to get Sling Orange, too, you’ll also get channels like ESPN, Comedy Central, HGTV, CNN, Lifetime, Viceland, TNT, AMC and TBS. Learn more here.

What’s On Sling TV?

Curious to learn more about what Sling TV has to offer you as a cord-cutter? Take a look at the Flixed TV Guide for Sling TV. With this easy-to-use TV guide, you can see what’s on every channel for the next week. It’s fast, ad-free, and works on any device, so try it out today.

Sling TV Supported Devices

One of the biggest benefits of Sling TV is that you can watch on just about any device, including your web browser, iOS and Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Apple TV, as well as AirTV Player, Xbox One, and some Samsung and LG smart TVs. Learn more here.

Sling TV Simultaneous Streams

Whether you subscribe to the standalone Sudamerica pack or Sling Orange + Sudamerica pack, you can only watch on 1 device at a time. However, the standalone Sudamerica pack will let you add an extra stream for $3/month. This option is not available if you subscribe to Sling Orange. Learn more here.

Sling TV DVR

Sling TV comes with 10 hours of free DVR storage space. If you want to subscribe to Sling Orange + Sudamerica, you can get a 50-hour cloud DVR upgrade for an additional $5/month fee. If you choose to subscribe to the standalone Sudamerica package, you cannot add a DVR. Learn more here.

Sling TV On-Demand Library

The on-demand content you get will depend on the channels included in your package. Sling TV, like the other services on this list, gets all of its on-demand content from the channels it carries. According to the service, you can get access to up to 70,000 on-demand shows and movies, depending on how many channels you’ve added to your package. Learn more here.

Watch TYC Sports On AT&T TV

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AT&T TV is a bit expensive, but it’s a reasonably-good way to watch TYC Sports without cable, and it even has a specialized Spanish-language subscription option if you’re not interested in English-language programming.

AT&T TV Pricing and Packages

AT&T TV comes in five basic English packages, and also has an Optimo Mas package available for $64.99/month. This is only available in a contract subscription, so prices will jump after the first 12 months.

You can choose the Optimo Mas subscription to watch TYC Sports without cable. You also have the option of subscribing to the non-contract, $69.99/month Entertainment subscription, and adding either the $5/month Deportes add-on, or the $15/month Español add-on to get TYC Sports as well as some other top channels. Learn more here.

AT&T TV Channels

AT&T TV Optimo Mas comes with 90+ top English and Spanish-language channels including TYC Sports, Univision, Discovery Familia, ESPN Deportes, EstrellaTV, History en Espanol, and many more.

The Entertainment package, on the other hand, has top English-language channels like Fox Sports, ESPN, CNN, Fox News, HGTV, Food Network, FX, TNT, AMC, TBS, and local broadcast networks, so if you’d prefer more English programming, it may be better to opt for this package and an add-on like the Español or Deportes package. Learn more here.

What’s On AT&T TV?

Want to see what AT&T TV has to offer before you sign up? The best way to find out is by visiting the Flixed TV Guide for AT&T TV. This handy, ad-free TV guide lets you see every show, movie, and sporting event airing on AT&T TV’s huge lineup of channels, so give it a try now.

AT&T TV Supported Devices

You can buy or rent an “AT&T TV device” based on Android TV to watch TYC Sports without cable. But you don’t necessarily need it, since AT&T TV supports web browsers, iOS and Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Chromecast. Learn more here.

AT&T TV Simultaneous Streams

With AT&T TV, you can watch on up to 20 different devices in your home at once, which is the best simultaneous streaming policy of any internet TV service. Learn more here.


With the AT&T TV DVR, you’ll only get 20 hours of storage if you have a contract-free subscription. You can pay $10/month to get unlimited storage, and you’ll also get unlimited DVR storage automatically with a contract subscription. There are some limitations, though. All DVR recordings are subject to deletion after 90 days, and only up to 30 episodes of the same series can be recorded at any given time. Learn more here.

AT&T TV On-Demand Library

The AT&T TV on-demand library consists of movies and shows from its partner channels and networks. You can also get a free year of HBO Max with every subscription except the cheapest Entertainment plan, which lets you watch even more shows on demand.

Watch TYC Sports on devices

How to Watch TYC Sports on Amazon Fire TV

You can watch TYC Sports on Amazon Fire TV with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, or AT&T TV. To get started, all you need to do is head to the Amazon App Store. Then, download the app for the service you’d like to use, sign in with your login credentials, and enjoy.

How to Watch TYC Sports on Roku

You can Watch TYC Sports on Roku with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, or AT&T TV. You can just visit the Roku App Store, and download the app for any of these services. Then, you can sign up for the service or sign in with your credentials, and enjoy watching TYC sports on Roku.

How to Watch TYC Sports on Apple TV

You can Watch TYC Sports on Apple TV with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, or AT&T TV. Simply open up the App Store, download the app for the service you want to use, and sign up or sign in with your login credentials. Then, you can watch TYC Sports on Apple TV as much as you want.

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