Launched two years ago, ESPN+ competes with sports streaming services like fuboTV and CBS All Access, as well as other subscriptions like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. ESPN+ gives users a new, mobile way to access ESPN sports content and live programming through the updated ESPN app. With a wide range of exclusive original programming — like Detail with Kobe Bryant — and live content like UFC pay-per-view events, ESPN+ has established itself as the go-to service for sports. Additionally, like the 30 for 30 series, programs initially aired on ESPN’s cable networks often become available on the ESPN+ app. The service costs just $5 per month or $60 annually. Also, if you want to watch ESPN+, Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, and Hulu, you can get them all in a bundle that costs just $13 a month. That’s $5 cheaper than it would cost if you were to subscribe to all three separately.
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