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Xbox One And PS4 Users Can Now Stream College Football Using ESPN+

This week, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners will be capable of keeping up with some of their preferred college football leagues without a cable pack via the streaming service from ESPN+.

Using the ESPN application, console owners can register to the extra ESPN+ service to see “thousands” more live events, comprising a number of games from NHL, MLB, and even college sports from more than 15 different events. The service is incorporated into the ESPN application that consolers had access to earlier. The ESPN+ service was already obtainable on Roku and Amazon Fire streaming gadgets, and the application has been obtainable for download on iOS and Android devices for some time.

Xbox One And PS4 Users Can Now Stream College Football Using ESPN+

The complete library of documentaries and films from ESPN are accessible on the service, as well, together with the “30 for 30” series recording significant sports history celebrities. The programming can from ESPN+ can be streamed for a price tag of $4.99 each month or for $49.99 each year.

Speaking of streaming service, WarnerMedia earlier claimed that it is creating plans for a streaming TV offering that will be traded directly to clients. WarnerMedia, the part of AT&T that comprises Turner, HBO, and Warner Bros, declared the new business this week. It will roll out in the quarter four of 2019, claimed John Stankey, WarnerMedia CEO, to the media in an interview.

It has the capability to be a direct contestant to Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, and the upcoming streaming service by Disney. The service will be developed on the success of HBO Now, which streams on-demand and live HBO shows via smart TVs and apps.

“Our service will begin with the genre defining shows along with HBO shows that users crave. On top of that we will bundle content from Warner Bros and Turner with their profound brand associations that meet both mass audiences and diverse interests,” Stankey claimed to the media in an interview.