How to Watch UniMás on Roku in 2022

By Tara K • Published Aug 05, 2022

Whether you’re trying to watch your favorite Spanish telenovelas, sports, sitcoms or series, Unimas is the place to do it. Wondering how you can watch UniMás on Roku?

You can watch UniMás live without cable on Roku using one of the following streaming services: fuboTV, DirecTV Stream or YouTube TV. A fourth option is to do so using a VPN.

In this guide, we’ll walk you through all four options to decide which one is best for you!

How to watch UniMás on Roku with fuboTV

fuboTV offers 100+ channels across sports, entertainment, lifestyle and children’s programming in both English and Spanish. If you want to watch UniMás on fuboTV, all you need is the cheapest Starter package.

Fubo Pro

7 day free trial

$69.99 / month
100+ Channels
Wide sports coverage
1,000 hours of cloud DVR
3 simultaneous stream
150+ channels
Multiple streams
No hidden fees
All the best sports

To start watching on Roku, all you need to do is download the appropriate channel for fuboTV from the Roku Channel Store, sign in, and you’re good to go.

If you want even more Spanish programming, you can customize your add-ons to include Sports Plus, Latino Plus, or International Sports Plus which will give you access to dozens of other Spanish-language channels.

How to watch UniMás on Roku with DirecTV Stream

DirecTV Stream is one of the pricier streaming services, but it’s an industry-leader when it comes to channel packages. Just check out some of its channel packages below:

75+ channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR
Regional sports networks included
105+ Channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR
Regional sports networks included
140+ channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR
Regional sports networks included
150+ channels
Stream on unlimited devices at home
Unlimited cloud DVR

UniMás is included in the Choice, Ultimate, Premier, Más Latino, Óptimo Más, Más Ultra and Lo Máximo packages. Of these, Más Latino is the cheapest, and has a huge variety of other Spanish-language channels for you to enjoy.

Want to learn more about DirecTV Stream’s packages? Click here.

How to watch UniMás on Roku with YouTube TV

YouTube TV offers a Spanish package, and it’s a pretty good one. With your subscription, you get access to 28+ Spanish channels (the exact number varies based on your area) to watch your favorite live sports, telenovelas, series’ and more. UniMás is included in both the English and the Spanish packages, so you can pick which one has more of what you watch.

If you choose the English package, you can still add on individual networks like Pantaya, or even get the Spanish Plus add-on for an additional fee.

How to watch UniMás on Roku with a VPN

One of the cheapest ways you can watch UniMás on Roku with the help of a VPN. We recommend ExpressVPN. High speed and ultra secure, ExpressVPN allows you to choose from servers across 94 countries and access content you wouldn’t otherwise have access to. Did you know that Netflix in Turkey has all the Harry Potter movies?

There’s just a slight inconvenience: sadly, Roku OS doesn’t support VPNs on any of its devices, past or present. To beat this, the easiest way for Roku owners who want to use a VPN to watch UniMás on Roku is to set it up on a wifi router.

Here are the steps you must follow to get it done:

  1. Sign up for ExpressVPN.

  2. Set up the VPN on your wifi router

  3. Connect your Roku device to the router

  4. Connect to a server

  5. Start streaming on your Roku device

As you can see, it’s a pretty simple and straightforward process. Need some more help learning how to install and use ExpressVPN? Check out this article.

Tara K

Tara Khudairi is a freelance content writer and copywriter based in Toronto. Since 2014, she has contributed to brands and blogs alike to tackle popular topics relating to technology, personal finance, entertainment, travel and lifestyle. Whether it’s the latest streaming service or cryptocurrency, she’s passionate about making the complex simple. When she’s not busy typing away, you’ll find Tara watching Netflix’s latest true crime doc or a classic 90’s horror flick.

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