We know you don’t want to miss the most spectacular race of the year with amazing finish. Daytona 500 is one of the prestigious race on the NASCAR calendar. And that’s why we are here to guide on how you can watch the race on Roku. With Roku you can stream using either the setup boxes, streaming sticks or smart TV. So if you are a Daytona 500 fan stay here as we guide you on how to seamlessly stream the upcoming race.
How do I Watch Daytona 500 On Roku?
Roku has partnered with several streaming services and thus you are spoilt for choice on what you can use. Here are the different ways you can stream this year’s race;
Watch through Fubo TV
Firstly, you need a Fubo TV account. If you don’t have an account,then you are in for some luck. For every new sign up, you get a free trial. After that, follow the following steps to stream the race
- Turn on the Roku device
- Open Fubo TV Channel and log in.
- Navigate to fox and start watching the race
Remember you may to install the Fubo channel on Roku device if it’s not installed.
Watch using the AT & TTV
You will need to sign up for an account with AT &T TV channel. And similarly you will get a free trial if it’s your first time to sign up
Start by turning on the Roku device and then open the AT & T TV channel
Using your credentials log in and search for fox.
Start watching the race or the race coverage
Watch through Hulu
Hulu is a leading streaming service that offers both live and on demand content. If you have not signed up for Hulu that is where you need to start. After you have your account ready turn on the Roku device.
Then log in using your credentials and start streaming the race
Watch through Vidogo
Sign up for a free trial of Vidogo if haven’t already signed for one.
Turn on the Roku device. Set up the Vidogo channel by adding it on the Roku device.
Log in using your credentials and on fox start streaming the race.
There you have it.
You are in time for the race of the year. We hope you enjoy it Let us know which of the channels is your favorite and why you prefer it. Happy Racing!