beIN sports are a Qatari owned station that broadcast soccer and other sports in several countries including the US. They’ve been around for about a decade now and are also popular in Europe and the Middle East, but are they also available on the newcomer Cue Streaming service?
Thankfully, for soccer and other sports fans, it’s good news.
All the beIN sports channels are available on Cue Streaming:
- beIN Sports
- beIN Sports 4
- beIN Sports 5
- beIN Sports 6
- beIN Sports 7
- beIN Sports 8
- beIN Sports Español
- beIN Sports La Liga
- beIN Sports Xtra
Here’s a snapshot of what comes up in Cue Streaming’s channel guide when you search for beIN sports:
Bottom line – you’re covered for your sports needs when signing up to Cue Streaming – as well as all the beIN channels, you’re also got all the other major US sports channels on there, which we’ll cover below.
What About The Other beIN Channels?
Although their main focus is on sports, the beIN network also does have some other channels, which are unfortunately NOT currently available on Cue Streaming at the time of writing.
These sister channels are NOT there yet:
- beIN Series
- beIN movies
- beIN Gourmet
- beIN Drama
But keep checking their catalogue as they may be added at some point in the future – the Cue Streaming channel catalogue is growing all the time.
What Other Sports Channels Are On Cue Streaming?
Obviously lots of sports fans watch more than one major network to get all the coverage they want, but you’re in luck as Cue Streaming already has a great sports network selection despite being quite new.
Here are the other sports channels offered:
- All NBC sports channels
- NBC Golf Channel
- All ESPN sports channels
- Fox Sports
- DAZN Sport
- AT&T Sportsnet
- Barstool Sports
- Fight Network
- UFC Channel
- NFL Network
- WWE Network (more entertainment than sports, but I’ve included it anyway)
Therefore pretty much whatever sport you want to watch is covered by Cue Streaming.
The General Channel Selection On Cue Streaming
Even aside from specifically sports channels, Cue Streaming already has an impressive selection of channels and networks, which may probably near enough match what you already get from your current provider, sometimes paying a lot more as well.
Here’s a quick snapshot of some popular US channels currently offered:
But the list is not exhaustive and there are several thousand in total in their catalogue. Pretty much any channel you’re used to watching right now with your current provider will almost certainly also be available on Cue Streaming.
If you want to search for something specific to make sure they have it before signing up, see our guide on using Cue’s channel search feature to check whether it’s in their catalogue (you can do this without needing to log in or even sign up).
Getting Started With Cue Streaming
If you like the look of the selection (sports and other categories) of channels offered by Cue Streaming, plus the attractive pricing compared to a lot of cable packages, they’re pretty easy to get started with.
Here are the general steps:
- If you want to watch through a TV, you’ll need a Firestick for each TV used, if you don’t already have one. They’re available cheap on Amazon. Otherwise, you just need an internet connection to get started.
- Go to the Cue Streaming website
- Click Sign Up and fill in your details
- Pay your subscription ($59.99/month, 5 devices per account, no contract, no set up fees, cancel anytime).
- Run through some easy initial setup depending on your device (TV setup has a few more steps to it)
- You’re good to go, watching most or all of the channels you currently watch, including the beIN Sports channels.