WatchESPN App Now On Comcast Infinity

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ScreenShot234567820-thumb-225xauto-10986.jpgGood news, sports fans- the WatchESPN app is now available for Xfinity customers. Now Xfinity customers can watch live sports on their laptops and iOS devices. 

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Good news, sports fans! Xfinity TV customers can now add WatchESPN online and the WatchESPN app for iOS devices to their live sports toolkit. With WatchESPN, you have even greater flexibility in where you follow your favorite teams. Today, Xfinity TV customers can flip between live games on TV using the Xfinity TV Remote Sports app and use WatchESPN to check out other live coverage on their laptops and iOS devices. It's a great way to stay on top of all the action during the NHL and NBA playoffs.

Want more? You'll can get all the WatchESPN content through Xfinitytv.com including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3.

Be sure to follow @XfinitySports on Twitter to keep up with latest from Xfinity, your home for the most live sports.

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