A new update has been released for the ESPN app on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One which will enable console owners to subscribe to ESPN+ from the app. They will then be able to immediately watch additional live sports events, original shows, and series through the app. They will be able to access the entire 30 for 30 documentary series and more as well.
This marks the debut of ESPN+ on gaming platforms. It brings this multi-sport service to more connected living room devices. The service was launched about five months ago and has already amassed more than one million paying members. It offers events, on-demand content, and original programming that’s not available on ESPN’s linear TV or digital networks.
ESPN+ is already available on a variety of platforms including Amazon Fire, Roku, Android and Apple devices. It costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 per annum. The service provides access to countless MLB, NHL, and MLS games in addition to college sports events like football, basketball, and more. Subscribers can also access domestic and international soccer games, UFC, Grand Slam tennis, cricket, international and domestic rugby, and more.
Subscribers also get access to the full library of ESPN Films which includes new and exclusive documentaries and series. Studio shows such as “Detail” from Kobe Bryant are a part of this subscription too.
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