MLB.TV app coming to PS4, Xbox One this spring

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MLB.TV app coming to PS4, Xbox One this spring
Major League Baseball's streaming app, MLB.TV, will arrive this spring, coming to PS4 and Xbox One in addition to the myriad of other platforms it calls home plate.

The professional baseball streaming service is now available for purchase at two price tiers: The standard MLB.TV subscription for $109.99 per year and the Premium subscription for $129.99 per year. Though no details on the next-gen console versions of the baseball app have been provided, MLB Advanced Media tells Joystiq the features found on the Xbox 360 (seen above) and PS3 versions are a "good indicator" of what's to come on Xbox One and PS4. The Xbox 360 version included a split-screen mode for baseball fans to watch two games at once.

The Premium tier grants viewers the ability to watch on connected devices like the aforementioned game consoles, so those looking to stream through their PS4 or Xbox One consoles will need to pony up the extra $20. Premium subscriptions also include access to the mobile app, MLB At Bat 14, viewable on iOS, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone 8 devices. Subscriptions for the 2014 baseball season kicks in with spring training game broadcasts, which begin on February 26.
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MLB.TV 2014 On Sale Today
Device support in 2014 will expand to include Sony PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MLB.TV, now in its 12th season as the Internet's longest-running and #1 sports streaming product, goes on sale for its millions of subscribers starting today. In addition to its already more than 400 supported mobile and connected devices, MLB.TV Premium will be accessible across new connected platforms, including Sony PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, later this spring.
MLB.TV Premium subscribers again will have access to every live out-of-market game across all supported devices, home and away broadcast feeds and a free 2014 subscription to the top sports app of all-time, At Bat, on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, supported Android smartphones and tablets, Amazon Kindle Fire and Windows Phone 8. Further details, including the introduction of additional device support, will be available upon the launch of MLB.TV Premium on each respective platform.
"Our guiding principle for more than a decade has been to build the best and most reliable live streaming experience for our fans and our developments for 2014 will be another emphatic step in that direction," said Bart Manning, VP, Consumer Paid Content, MLBAM. "We are excited that baseball fans will have even more ways to access and enjoy baseball games across the rapidly expanding universe of connected platforms and devices."
All subscribers will have access to more than 200 live games from Spring Training in Florida and Arizona. Spring Training game broadcasts are scheduled to begin on Wednesday, February 26, 2014.
For complete details, please visit MLB.TV.
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