How to Watch Marquee Sports Network Without Cable


Can I stream Marquee Sports Network?

Hulu with Live TV and AT&T TV Now both carry Marquee Sports Network.

You will need to live within the Chicago Cubs broadcast territory to live stream games. Neither service requires a cable TV or satellite service subscription. 

Live Stream Marquee Sports Network: 2 Options

Chicago Cubs fans have two options for live streaming games without a cable subscription.

Hulu + Live TV is currently the best way to live stream Marquee Sports Network without cable. 

There are 65+ live channels including ESPN and FS1 and local FOX, NBC and ABC stations. Those channels will be key for national broadcast games. A subscription costs $54.99 per month.

Hulu with Live TV works within the Hulu app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, iPhone and Android smartphones. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial or look over the Hulu + Live TV channel lineup to see what locals and regional sports networks are offered in your area. 

AT&T TV Now (formerly DIRECTV Now) is a more expensive option to watch Marquee Sports Network at $80 per month. The Max package has 60+ channels, including HBO, TNT and NBCSN. AT&T TV Now has a free 7-day trial.

Will Marquee Sports Network have all Cubs games?

In 2020, Marquee Sports Network will air roughly 55 games. The remaining games will be national broadcast games. You can expect to see those games on ESPN, FOX, FS1, NBC Sports Chicago (vs. White Sox) and even ESPN+.

According to The Chicago Tribune, more than 20 percent of the Cub’s games in the abbreviated 2020 season will be available on other channels. 

Watch Marquee Sports Network on Hulu with Live TV

Hulu with Live TV is the cheapest way for cord cutters to get Marquee Sports Network with a bundle of cable TV channels. 

Subscribers get 65+ channels, including ones you’ll need for Cubs games not broadcast on Marquee. ESPN, FS1 and FOX are included among entertainment and news channels.

There is unlimited access to Hulu’s on-demand library and 50 hours of Cloud DVR for recordings. A subscription costs $54.99 per month.

Hulu is the only live TV service that lets you activate Marquee Sports Network app for live feeds. It’s among 40+ apps that you can activate with a Hulu + Live TV subscription.

You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of Hulu + Live TV even if you already subscribe to its on-demand service. Look over the channel lineup by scrolling to the bottom of Hulu’s website. 

Once you sign up, log in to the Hulu app on a Roku or another streaming device and start watching live TV.

There is an option to bundle Hulu + Live TV with Disney+ and ESPN+ and save $5.99 per month.

Hulu works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PCs, Android smartphones and iPhones.

Stream Marquee Sports Live on AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now has 60+ channels and HBO Max for $80 per month. 

The AT&T service works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and other major streaming devices. 

An account comes with 20 hours of Cloud DVR. 

AT&T TV Now’s RSN search tool is the best way to see what regional sports channels are in your area. Punch in your zip code to get a list of available channels. 

AT&T TV Now works on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Pcs and Android TV.

Is Marquee Sports Network on YouTube TV? 

No. Currently, YouTube TV does not have Marquee Sports Network in its channel lineup. YouTube TV carries 85+ channels for $64.99 per month, including ESPN and some FOX regional sports networks and NBCSN channels. 

Are Chicago Cubs games on ESPN+?

There will be some nationally broadcast Chicago Cubs games live on ESPN+ this season. 

ESPN+ costs $5.99 per month, and live streams MLB games daily. So it’s an inexpensive way to pick up nationally broadcast MLB games. You can sign up for ESPN+, and then sign in to your ESPN app to add the service.

What’s the best way to watch Marquee Sports Without Cable?

Right now, Hulu with Live TV is the best deal for watching Marquee Sports Network without a cable TV subscription.

Hulu + Live TV includes 65+ live TV channels, 50 hours of Cloud DVR and its on-demand service with a deep library of movies and TV shows. 

So you’re essentially getting two streaming services for less money than competitors. You can look over Hulu’s channel lineup, or sign up for a free 7-day trial

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