ESPN announced during today's E3 pre-conference that ESPN3 streaming content will be available to Xbox 360 owners beginning in November. The only requirements are an Xbox Live Gold membership and that your internet service provider has an agreement with ESPN3.com. The current affiliated service providers include AT&T, Comcast and Verizon, among others.
ESPN3.com, formerly ESPN360.com, shows thousands of live sporting events, highlights, and on-demand ESPN video clips. Aside from the appeal of watching all of these events on your television instead of your computer, there will also be social networking connectivity and it will work with Microsoft's new Kinect system, which has motion and voice sensor technology.
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