Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros Joint Sports Streaming App Name Revealed

Brit Tuttle

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Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros Joint Sports Streaming App Name Revealed

The name of the upcoming joint sports streaming service from Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery now has a name.

Joint Sports Streaming Service Gets Named

The logo for Venu Sports, the new joint streaming service from Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery.

Pete Distad, CEO of the upcoming service, shared the future brand identity and name of the platform on May 16, 2024. It will be called Venu Sports.

We are excited to officially introduce Venu Sports, a brand that we feel captures the spirit of an all-new streaming home where sports fan outside of the traditional pay TV eco-system can experienc an incredible collection of live sports, all in one place.

As preparations for the platform continue to accellerate, we are singularly focused on delivering a best-in-class product for our target audience, built from the ground up using the latest technologies to enegage and entertain discerning sports fans wanting one-stop access to live games.

Pete Distad, CEO of Venu Sports

The service is still on track to launch this fall in the U.S., and will bring together Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery’s portfolios of sports networks into one place.

Earlier this spring, two U.S. Representatives shared concerns about the joint streaming venture, and had sent a letter to the companies’ CEOs to ask questions about its competitive implications. In February, Fubo, a “sports-first” streaming service, filed a lawsuit against Disney, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery over their joint venture, seeking to block the launch of the service and obtain monetary damages.

Are you excited about this new streaming venture for sports? Will you be subscribing to Venu Sports once it launches? Let us know in the comments.

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