Fox Sports GO lands on Xbox One

Fox Sports GO has been landing on a lot of popular platforms lately. Earlier this year, the company built its universal Windows 10 app. Recently, the Fox Sports GO app also launched on Google's Chromecast and Apple TV. Given that the app already was already on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, it was only a matter of time before it came to Microsoft's Xbox One console.

Available for download now, the free Fox Sports GO app on Xbox One brings everything the app-based service has to offer. Live and on-demand sporting events as well as exclusive programming can be seen across a multitude of leagues, including: NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, UFC, NASCAR, Big 12 and Pac-12 Football, Big East Basketball, FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League and more.

It's important to note that these broadcasts can only be accessed if you're a TV service subscriber with a partner broadcast company. Cord cutters will have to either have a friend that's willing to share account info to get the service on their Xbox One, or hope Fox Sports GO eventually offers a subscription option apart from traditional TV packages.

Source: Fox Sports

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