ESPN, Sling TV, FOX NOW Come To Oculus Go’s Virtual TV App

| December 17, 2018

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A new update to Oculus TV adds ESPN, Sling TV, and FOX NOW. Oculus TV is an app on the Oculus Go standalone VR headset which provides a virtual TV. All 3 new services are USA-only.Additionally, from now until January 31st purchasing an Oculus Go in the US will also give you $80 of Sling TV credit, which can be used towards any of their subscription packages.ESPN includes on demand content and studio panels. With an ESPN+ subscription, you can watch live MLB, NHL, MLS, international soccer, college sports, boxing, tennis, rugby and more. Sports is arguably the most important content for any TV platform- ESPN is a major addition to Oculus TV.Sling TV is a streaming based TV serivce available on many platforms. Channels available in its various packages include Disney Channel, CNN, USA, Cartoon Network and Discovery. Sling also offers a cloud DVR service.

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Fnatic is world's largest esports organisation, with professional teams in League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter Strike:Global Offensive, Heroes of the Storm, Call of Duty and FIFA. Fnatic was founded in 2004 and in 2006 and 2009 Fnatic was awarded the Team of the Year award. Today, our teams have won numerous titles and over 5 million fans and follow us across our social media (Facebook, Twitter & YouTube). Many more millions watch our teams compete at the largest esports events, which is estimated to have 300+ million regular viewers next year. Fnatic's HQ is located in the heart of London, United Kingdom.

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