Two years after MLB.TV debuted on PlayStation 3, the baseball video subscription service is making its way to Xbox Live.
A premium subscription is available for $124.99 a year (or $24.99 a month), and offers on-demand and live games, barring local blackout restrictions. MLB.TV members will be able to watch every live regular season out-of-market game in HD, including replays and game recaps.
The Xbox 360 app will offer split-screen support, so you can watch two games at once. "Watch live games on both screens or a live game on one while you catch up with a game recap or archive game on the other. Both screens can be controlled independently, pausing and rewinding each separately," the announcement details.
And, as with the many other video apps on Xbox 360, MLB.TV will exclusively offer Kinect support as well. You'll be able to use voice commands to play, pause, rewind, skip to the next inning, etc. And as with every other video app, an Xbox Live Gold membership is also required to use your MLB.TV subscription on your Xbox 360.
In addition to the MLB.tv app, the Xbox Live also launched access to Comcast Xfinity and HBO Go apps.
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Two years after MLB.TV debuted on PlayStation 3, the baseball video subscription service is making its way to Xbox Live, with Kinect support.