The world of television is changing and it’s happening rapidly. Today, viewers can watch television from their phones, laptops and various mobile devices. Furthermore, viewers can watch increasing amounts of content without traditional cable subscriptions. This summer, ESPN dove into the world non-traditional cable services with their new ESPN+ service. The new service allows users to access boxing, basketball and more with a subscription of $4.99.
The ESPN+ has been available across dozens of devices with varying capabilities. Two of the devices that have had varying capabilities on the service are the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Since the app was rolled out by ESPN, users of those gaming devices have not been able to watch college football. However, the inability to watch college football will soon be a thing of the past.
ESPN has announced that going forward PS4 and Xbox One users will now be able to watch college football. The announcement comes in anticipation of big games including Notre Dame vs. Northwestern, Penn State vs. Michigan, Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech, Duke vs. Miami and more. Users also have access to the vast library of “30 for 30” films, ESPN documentaries and more for a low price of $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.