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ESPN and NFL Football Apps Comes to Microsoft’s Xbox One

Sep 3 2013, 9:40am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

ESPN and NFL Football Apps Comes to Microsoft’s Xbox One
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Fantasy Football is a game that has its fans at the edge of their seats in anticipative anxiety. Finally, it comes in its full-fledged form to Microsoft’s Xbox One in form of NFL app while ESPN's will come in 2014 along with Yahoo app. ESPN football app also shown by Microsoft on Xbox One today.

Microsoft has brought the football experience to your living room. The traditional male ritual of plopping on the sofa or lazy-boy and opening a Budweiser while viewing the NFL Series on a Sunday afternoon is about to be rehashed and revamped. The manufacturers of Xbox One have signed deals with NFL and ESPN in order to benefit the customer. 

The launch party is due in November for Xbox One. So just hang in there for the next two months. A variety of sports besides football will figure in the mix. Even the Xbox 360 will feature some cool new games in its repertoire. Besides the special subscriptions and exclusive memberships, the Xbox 360 is to feature live content just for the sake of the consumer base of sport enthusiasts. 

A range of services will combine forces and integrate into interlocking functions in order to bring you quality content. And Microsoft is the linchpin among these. An ESPN application figures in the works. Even Fox has jumped on the bandwagon. This is sports on tap for anyone who wants a draught of the real thing. And it carries the same rush and exhilarating thrill that actually being a player on the field entails. The full spectrum of live programming is a blessing of the highest order. And to think of the fact that you don’t have to move an inch from within the confines of your living room. 

Source: Engadget

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