This year, you can watch Chicago Cubs games on the Marquee Sports Network if you live in the Cubs TV market, which includes parts of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin. If you don’t have cable or don’t have Marquee Sports Network in your channel lineup, here are two options for you to watch the Cubs on Marquee Live online. All you need is an internet connection, and you can use one of the live TV streaming services listed below. We recently updated this article to announce that Marquee Sports Network is now available on fuboTV.
- Where You Can Stream Marquee Sports Network: You can watch Marquee Sports Network with either of the following services:
- FuboTV – 1-Week Free Trial
- DIRECTV STREAM (choice plan) – 5-day free Trial
Streaming Services with Marquee Sports Network
Below are the live TV streaming services that offer Marquee Sports Network in their channel lineup. However, you have to live in their broadcast area. This is true whether watching Marquee Sports Network through cable TV or any TV streaming services mentioned below.
If you don’t live in the Cubs TV market, you may want to look at this guide to work around sports TV blackouts. Otherwise, read on for information on watching the Cubs online.
Watch Marquee Sports Network on fuboTV
fuboTV offers subscribers local and cable TV channels just as if you subscribed to a cable TV package. For subscribers living in Chicago and the surrounding TV market, fuboTV carries Marquee Sports Network in its channel lineup. However, fuboTV subscribers in this area will be subject to a mandatory $6 per month regional sports fee. You can watch the Marquee Sports Network through fuboTV online or on your TV using a supported streaming device like a Roku or Fire TV Stick.
Like cable, Marquee Sports Network is only available through fuboTV if you live in the Chicago TV market. I recommend checking their website to find the channels they offer in your area using this link.
FuboTV offers a 1-Week Free Trial. There is no contract, and you can cancel any time. If you cancel during your free trial, you will not be charged at all. Here are some features included with your subscription to fuboTV:
- live local CBS, FOX, and NBC broadcast in many parts of the country
- a ton of channels you usually find on cable like ESPN, FS1, and more
- a cloud DVR for recording TV shows
- stream to 2 devices at once (can upgrade to more)
fuboTV costs $74.99. For more information on this streaming service, see our guide to fuboTV. To learn more about fuboTV’s regional sports fee, see this fuboTV support page.
DIRECTV STREAM Carries Marquee Sports Network
AT&T’s live streaming service is another way to watch Marquee Sports Network network live. However, you have to subscribe to their “Choice” package for $99.99 per month. You can sign up online, and they don’t force you into a contract so that you can cancel at any time. The service also includes a cloud DVR service and allows you to simultaneously stream to an unlimited number of devices in the home, and up to 3 outside the home.
DIRECTV STREAM is supported on the following devices:
- 4th Gen Apple TV
- Google Chromecast, 2nd gen and higher
- Amazon Fire TV
- Fire TV Stick
- iOS devices
- Chrome and Safari browsers
See our review of DIRECTV STREAM for more details on this streaming service.
What If You Live Outside the Chicago TV Market
If you live outside the Marquee Sports Network broadcast area, it won’t be in your channel lineup. This is true of whether you use streaming services or subscribe to cable TV. However, you can check out this article on how to watch the Chicago Cubs without cable. Fans may also be interested in using this TV blackout workaround.
For information on watching other TV channels online check out: How To Stream Specific TV Channels
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