How to Watch ESPN Plus on your TV?

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Watch ESPN Plus on Your TV:

What is ESPN Plus? What does it include? What does it cost? Can you get it on your regular cable TV? Is it worth the extra money? Here you will get the answers to these questions along with a few others which will provide you with a better idea of what ESPN plus offers viewers and is it worth the extra cash for a subscription. 

Whether you are just a casual fan that needs help watching that one game or event you can't miss or you are a sports junkie looking to supplement your current sports cable offers, there are various ways you can tailor the service to meet your needs.

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a sports streaming service that is available from ESPN which is not made available through your local cable provider. ESPN plus services are direct to the customer platform and are not referred to by cable or satellite packages from companies like Verizon, Frontier, Comcast / Xfinity and DirecTV.

What does ESPN Plus Include?

ESPN Plus is bread for watching a lot of live sports which includes-

  • Weekly UFC
  • Martial art events
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Italian series a league matches
  • German Bundesliga matches
  • English FA Cup games
  • Major league Soccer
  • Major league baseball games
  • NHL hockey 

Original shows and programs including athlete profiles, documentaries and many more

How Much does ESPN Plus Subscription Costs?

  • $5.99 per month
  • $59.99 for a year-long subscription

Can You Get ESPN Plus on TV or is it Just for the Computer, Tablets or Phones?

You need to access ESPN plus through the ESPN app as it is not a TV channel. If your smart TV is connected to the internet with an ethernet cable or is hooked up with Wi-Fi then you should have no problem downloading the ESPN app. 

If you have a streaming device but not a smart TV then you can get ESPN plus by adding the app to any of the following streaming devices that you currently using to watch movies and TV

  • Apple TV
  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Xbox One or Xbox series x
  • PlayStation 4 or 5
  • ESPN plus can also be watched on your desktop tutor using the app or with your internet browser by visiting plus.espn.com.

Is ESPN Plus Worth the Money?

Indeed! The thing which makes ESPN plus attractive to cord-cutters and cable subscribers alike is the way it allows the customers to tailor the services provided by ESPN plus to meet their needs. 

Apart from regular football matches, ESPN plus offers a lot of high profile matches and you can watch them just by signing up for a month for just $6. Not only that but you can also watch UFC fight night events that are hosted weekly with rising stars of the MMA world along with many more sports and matches.

Watching ESPN Plus on Your TV

Step 1- Install and open the ESPN application on the streaming device of your choice.

Step 2- In the top right corner of the screen navigate to the settings gear icon.

Step 3- Click on the settings to access the settings menu

Step 4- Scroll to account information

Step 5- To get your activation code log in to your ESPN account

Step 6- From your streaming devices like PC, phone or tablet visit es.pn/activate.

Step 7- To log in to your ESPN Plus account follow the onscreen directions.

Step 8- To get the notification of successful signing into your account wait for confirmation on your TV screen.

Step 9- Look for ESPN plus in top links after going back to the main screen of the ESPN app.

It may seem to be a lot of steps required to set up the ESPN on your television but it will just take 2 to 3 minutes to complete them all. Enjoy watching!

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