ESPN TV has made a bold move to bring more live video to the app, bringing in a brand new video feature that will be available for free starting Monday, April 4th.
The feature will allow viewers to watch ESPN content live from around the world, with the option to add additional channels and watch with multiple devices.
The feature will also allow viewers in multiple locations to access the same content in one place.
The live video will be streamed via a service that provides local-based programming from various networks, including ESPN’s local network, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPNU, and ESPN3.
ESPN3 will also stream live coverage of major sporting events, including the Super Bowl and the U.S. Open tennis championship.
This is the first time the app has offered live video for its ESPN subscription, and the first video feature available for all ESPN+ subscribers.
The new live video feature is also available on the app for ESPN Premium members, who will also be able to access it on the iPad app.
The new video will not be available to other devices until Monday, when it is available to the public.
ESPN+ will still offer live video, though, so fans can watch the sport on the big screen on any device they wish.ESPN says that the live video features will be rolled out to users in the United States, Canada, South Africa, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey, and it is also adding more countries and languages.
The full feature list can be found here.