Pretty soon, you're going to be able to watch SportsCenter highlights right on your PlayStation Vue.
On Thursday, Sony announced that the complete ESPN media networks and Disney lineups are coming to PlayStation Vue, although the company didn't set an exact launch date just yet.
The ESPN lineup coming to Vue includes the flagship network, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews and even ESPN Classic, which means you'll be able to watch everything from SportsCenter, First Take, and games as part of the bolstered Vue experience. The Disney Channel and ABC Family will also be made available to the platform as part of the deal.
"This deal demonstrates our continued commitment to offer the best content on TV to PlayStation Vue users," Dwayne Benefield, vice president and head of PlayStation Vue, said in a Sony press release statement. "The addition of Disney and ESPN's primetime programming and live marquee sports to our portfolio ensures subscribers will have access to the most popular network programming on television today. We're also proud to be the first Internet-based pay TV service to offer Disney's networks with the streaming features that set PlayStation Vue apart from the industry, making TV viewing a more enjoyable experience for the whole household."
ESPN's lineup of programming and content will be available on demand and also via simultaneous streaming on the Vue.
"PlayStation Vue provides a unique way to engage with our content and an opportunity to reach a segment of viewers who want a different kind of television experience," Justin Connolly, the EVP of Affiliate Sales & Marketing at Disney and ESPN Media Networks, added in Sony's release. "The addition of our content to the PlayStation Vue platform will make the offering more compelling as consumers navigate their video options."
PlayStation Vue is available for users on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in addition to the iPad and iPhone via the PlayStation Vue mobile app.