Sports fans can now subscribe to ESPN+ through PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The latest update to the ESPN App for these gaming consoles now includes access to ESPN+ bringing the world of sports

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What’s happening:

  • ESPN has announced a new update to the ESPN App on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
  • Fans can now subscribe to ESPN+ through these gaming devices and enjoy immediate access to thousands of live sports events, original shows, series, and the entire 30 for 30 documentary library.
  • The launch of ESPN+ on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One brings the premium multi-sport service directly to even more connected living room devices and marks the service’s debut on gaming platforms.
  • ESPN+ is already distributed on a broad array of platforms, including:
    • Amazon Fire devices (TV, Stick, smart TVs, Tablets)
    • Apple (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV)
    • Android (phones, Android TV, Chromecast)
    • Roku
  • Subscriptions are $4.99 per month ($49.99 per year) and grant fans access programming including:
    • Live sports – fans can enjoy hundreds of games across:
      • MLB
      • NHL
      • MLS
      • College football
      • College basketball
      • Multiple other sports from more than 15 conferences
      • Domestic and international soccer
      • Exclusive Top Rank boxing
      • UFC (beginning in 2019)
      • Grand Slam tennis
      • International and domestic rugby
      • International and domestic cricket
      • And more
    • Original programing:
      • Full library of ESPN Films (including 30 for 30)
      • New and exclusive documentary films and series such as:
        • Last Days of Knight
        • Enhanced
        • Year One
        • Draft Academy
    • Studio shows – acclaimed studio programs such as:
    • Library – An unmatched archive of topical and timely on-demand content, including legendary boxing and college sports, classic golf, major tennis, IndyCar and more.

ESPN+ launched in April of 2018 and has since reached 1 million paid subscribers.



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