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Multiview comes to YouTube and gets official YouTube TV launch, but with limits

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YouTube TV Multiview

After testing for the past several months, YouTube is officially launching Multiview for YouTube TV and Primetime Channels, starting with WNBA games.

Multiview in YouTube TV has been in testing since March for sports and more recently non-gaming content. YouTube is now ready to launch it for WNBA League Pass subscribers ahead of the upcoming NFL season with Sunday Ticket.

Besides going official with wider availability in YouTube TV, Multiview is now available on the main YouTube service if you’re a subscriber of the WNBA Primetime Channel. That offering lets you subscribe to various streaming services and watch via the YouTube interface.

On YouTube, Multiview also lets you watch up to four streams simultaneously. It’s available on smart TVs and streaming devices, like the Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV. Google, unfortunately, says “mobile and web do not support multiview.”

YouTube TV Multiview

Meanwhile, another limit is that YouTube is still curating what’s available in Multiview rather than letting you choose only the exact games you’re interested in. This is to offer a “better user experience,” but it’s “working to improve flexibility and introduce more options within multiview in the future.”

If you subscribe to the WNBA Primetime Channel, you’ll see “Recommended multiviews” in the Home tab and Watch Next recommendations. Once launched, the “left or top-left stream will be highlighted by default, and the audio from that stream will be played.”

Use your remote control to switch with a tap opening fullscreen and back taking you to the grid.

we’ve officially launched our multiview feature for WNBA League Pass subscribers on YouTube TV & YouTube (w/ Primetime Channels) 🏀

enjoy multiview streams while watching WNBA games on smart TVs & streaming devices!

📺 more here: https://t.co/nXtXkqdZou

— TeamYouTube (@TeamYouTube) July 29, 2023

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