ESPN is doing its part to provide viewers more and more ways to watch college and professional sports and that in includes the recent addition of WatchESPN for the Xbox and the new availability of ESPN3 for Optmimum Online subscribers.
The addition of WatchESPN to Xbox means that Xbox LIVE Gold members are able to access video content from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESNP3 and ESPN Goal Line/Buzzer Beater from their gaming console. In addition to HD-viewing access of shows like College GameDay, PTI, Sports Center and countless numbers of live sporting events, WatchESPN on the Xbox also allows users to watch two events at once via a split screen, a "My Sports" feature allowing favorite teams' (such as Florida State) games to be accessed easily and much more.
While Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Verizon FiOS TV, XFINITY TV from Comcast and Midcontinent Communications subscribers have had access to WatchESPN for some time, the addition of Optimum Online subscribers is allowing ESPN to push its content to even more people.
So, why is all of this important to FSU fans? Because the 'Noles are featured frequently across the ESPN family of channels as well as on ESPN3, which can only be viewed online or via the WatchESPN application.
In order to access all of these features, call your cable provider to sign up for the ESPN lineup of channels.