Users of PlayStation Vue, the OTT service by PlayStation, will now have access to a range of online content — from college sports to Disney’s Girl Meets World (pictured).
Sony Network Entertainment International, the PlayStation parent company, struck a deal with Disney and ESPN Media Networks to offer the entire line-up from 19 of its networks on the service.
ESPN, the Disney Channel, ABC Family, ABC-owned local stations and 14 other networks will now
be available as channels on the PlayStation Vue platform. Users will be able to watch the content live-streamed or subscription on-demand.
There have been no announcements of exclusive content coming to the service.
PlayStation Vue, which is only available in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Philadelphia and San Francisco Bay Area, offers channel bundle packages ranging from $49.99 to $69.99 monthly. It offers a combination of traditional linear channels (such as NBC and FOX) as well as online-based channels, like Machinima (which also bowed two original series specifically for the platform in October). In June, the service began offering a la carte channels so users could pick and choose which channels they subscribe to.