ESPN+ is a newly-launched service by ESPN, which allows you to watch a huge variety of content including MLB games, NCAA football, MLS games, the US Open, and much more, all for a low monthly price.

Wondering if ESPN+ is right for you? Curious about how many ESPN+ simultaneous streams you can get? Find out now.

How Many Simultaneous Streams Come with ESPN+?

You’ll get 3 ESPN+ simultaneous streams with your subscription. That means you and up to 2 other people can watch ESPN+ live on TV, and also enjoy on-demand content like 30 for 30 films and other ESPN-exclusive content. You’ll be able to stream on multiple devices with no interruptions, even if you share your account.

Can I Upgrade ESPN+ and Get More Streams?  

Currently, there is no option to upgrade ESPN+ and get more streams. You’re going to be stuck with a hard limit of 3 streams, and there’s no way to get around that. Still, 3 streams should be enough for most people, so the lack of an upgrade option is not a huge deal.

What Devices Can I Use to Watch ESPN+?

Want to make sure you can use your favorite device on ESPN+ before you sign up? Take a look at the link below, and get all the details about the platforms supported by ESPN+.

Eric Liston is a freelance writer and tech enthusiast based in Ohio, specializing in internet security, cord-cutting, and more.