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Xbox One gets Fox Sports Go's streaming app

But don't forget you need a pay-TV account to use it.
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Fox Sports Go is basically on every major streaming platform already, including Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku and Fire TV. And now you can add a gaming console to that list, with the app now available on the Xbox One. To give you a refresher, Fox Sports Go lets you watch live and on-demand videos from the NFL, MLB, NHL, UFC, NCAA football, UEFA Champions League and many more competitions. The only caveat is that you need a cable subscription to access it, but this shouldn't come as a surprise -- the cord-cutter life is rough.

Today's announcement comes only a few weeks after Fox Sports Go launched on Chromecast, and right before that it was the Apple TV. It is, however, still missing from the PlayStation 4, though that may have something to do with Sony not wanting to overshadow its PS Vue offering.

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