For just $6.99 per month or $13.99 per month for the Disney Bundle (Hulu, ESPN+ and Disney+ combo), ESPN+ allows you to watch a large number of sports, including NHL, MLB, NCAA, MLS, and more. This service is designed to be a catch-all for sports fans, so it’s understandably available on a large number of devices. If you’re ready to give this sports streaming service a try, here’s your complete list of ESPN+ supported devices.
What Devices Work with ESPN+?
You can use the ESPN+ with all of the following devices:
- TV streaming media players: Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xfinity XClass, Xfinity Flex, Xfinity X1,
- Smart TVs: Samsung TV, Android TV, and Roku TV
- Mobile devices and tablets: Android (phones and tablets), iOS, iPad, Amazon Fire (tablets), Facebook Portal TV, Facebook Portal Touch
- Game consoles: Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
- Desktop browsers: Most Mac and PC browsers
- Wearable devices: Oculus Go
Can I Use ESPN+ on Other Devices?
ESPN+ is an interesting service with functionality on a large number of devices, including the Oculus Go. You’ll find that ESPN+ does not give many specifics on required versions, however. That said, you should be able to use ESPN+ on the newest versions of the devices listed. Some older versions of those devices may also work, but you may experience limited functionality if you attempt to use the service on unsupported operating system versions.
Why Use ESPN+?
ESPN+ is an interesting service for sports fans. It’s one of the best options for MLS fans and carries a large number of live and on-demand streams for other major sporting leagues. It also carries sports from some international sports leagues that are difficult to locate in the US, including UEFA Nations League, FIBA, and EFL. Outside of fuboTV, ESPN+ is among the best options for soccer fans.
Other Great Streaming Services
If you’re already watching ESPN+ on your favorite devices, there are a few other services you may want to add that also have apps on those devices.
Both Disney+ and Hulu+Live TV, for example, work on every device you may want to use with ESPN+. Both services offer a different array of content than ESPN+ as well, making them good to pair alongside an ESPN+ subscription.
With Hulu+Live TV, you can get a wide selection of live TV channels, including ESPN 1 and 2. With Disney+, you’ll get access to most of Disney’s massive library of original content both new and old, including The Mandalorian and Pixar movies.