Bell Media announced this morning Xbox One owners can now stream CraveTV on their gaming console’s home screen.
CraveTV currently supports iOS (include tvOS), Android, and Microsoft Windows 8.1, the web, Chromecast, and select Samsung Smart TVs.
Domenic Vivolo, President, Content Sales, Marketing, and Digital Products, Bell Media, said in a statement emailed to iPhone in Canada, “Our commitment to bring CraveTV to Canadians on the platform of their choosing continues with today’s launch on Xbox One.”
The announcement follows the recent launch of shomi on Xbox One in May, the rival streaming service from Rogers.
CraveTV launched at the beginning of this year for the public, starting at $7.99 per month.
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