ESPN Is Launching Their Own Streaming Service

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ESPN has announced that it will be launching its own streaming service on April 12. Dubbed ESPN+, the platform is expected to be seamlessly integrated into a revamped ESPN app.

“With ESPN+, fans have access to thousands more live games, world class original programs and on-demand sports content, all at a great price,” says James Pitaro, ESPN President and Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks. “They will get all of that as a part of a completely re-imagined, increasingly personalized ESPN App that provides easy, one-stop access to everything ESPN offers.”

For just $4.99 USD a month, viewers will be able to take advantage of thousands of live sporting events, original shows and films, exclusive studio programs, and an extensive on-demand library. You can look forward to additional details surrounding ESPN+ to be shared in the coming days and weeks. For now, visit ESPN for all of the current specifics.

In related news, here’s everything coming to Netflix in April.

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