How to Watch CBS Sports on Roku

Streaming CBS Sports on Roku has never been easier. With the Roku Channel and the CBS All Access app, you can watch live sports games and on-demand content without needing a cable subscription. Plus, you can also watch the all-electric FIA Formula E races for free on The Roku Channel. The Roku app will feature 11 races across the US starting in 2024.


CBS is one of the oldest television channels in America, and it’s also a hugely popular streaming service. Streaming their content hasn’t always been easy, but with the right setup you can watch cbs sports on roku easily. Here’s how to do it Roku TV Master.

First, make sure you’ve got a Roku device that’s registered, set up, connected to a Wi-Fi network and plugged into your TV. Next, create a CBS All Access account and have your cable provider login information handy. Finally, download the CBS All Access app from the Roku Channel Store. Once the app has downloaded, launch it and follow the instructions to sign in and start watching.

The All Access app offers a variety of programming, including the live CBS Sports HQ network and a full lineup of shows like All Things Covered and Pick 6. It also includes original series that used to be in the All Access CBS app (like The Good Fight or Star Trek: Discovery), but now are available on Paramount Plus.

Besides live sporting events, CBS has a large library of on-demand content. You can find it in the Movies & TV category on the Roku home screen, or you can use the Search tab on the Roku device to browse and locate it.

Sports Stadiums Aren’t Worth It

It might be tempting to buy a ticket to see your favorite team in person, but it’s not always worth the hassle of getting there and dealing with the crowds. Thankfully, you can watch most games on your Roku with a subscription that costs less than a live event ticket. And you don’t have to deal with any of the bad food, beer spills, or rude fans either.

Exclusive Live Sports Coming to Roku

If you’re a fan of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship racing series, you’ll be happy to hear that Roku is partnering with the electric car motorsport to bring five races per season to its streaming platform. The races will air on both the CBS Sports Network and the new Paramount Plus channel, and they’ll be featured prominently in Roku’s Sports Experience. There will also be a highlights show after each race and a robust library of Formula E video content, including the documentary series Unplugged.

Roku has been working to expand its sports offerings in recent years. In addition to its long-standing partnership with NFL football and MLB baseball, it’s now the exclusive US streaming partner for UEFA club competition matches and Serie A, Concacaf, and NWSL soccer matches. This week’s deal with Formula E is another step in that effort, and it could signal a shift in how major sports deals are made in the future.

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