Today, Playstation 4 and Xbox One owners will be able to keep up with some of their favorite college football games without a cable package through the ESPN+ streaming service.
Through the ESPN app, console owners can subscribe to the additional ESPN+ service to watch “thousands” more live sports events, including hundreds of games from MLB, NHL, and even college sports from over 15 different conferences. The service is integrated into the ESPN app that console owners had access to before today. The ESPN+ service was already available on Amazon Fire and Roku streaming devices, and the app has been available for download on Android and iOS devices for some time.
The full library of ESPN’s films and documentaries are available on the service, too, along with the “30 for 30” series documenting important sports history figures. ESPN+ programming can be streamed for $4.99 a month or for $49.99 a year.