DIRECTV NOW streaming service now available on Roku

DIRECTV NOW has added support for Roku devices so you can watch your favorite programming on the over-the-top device.

Previously, no Roku app was available for DIRECTV NOW subscribers, but that has now changed. The DIRECTV NOW streaming service will run on all the most recent models including 4K Roku TVs, Roku Ultra, Roku Premiere+, Roku Premiere, Roku Express, Roku Express+, Roku Streaming Stick (model 3600R), Roku 4, Roku 3, and Roku 2 (model 4210).

As an added bonus, Roku owners can try DIRECTV NOW with a free 30-day trial (the standard free trial is 7 days). Just go to your Roku channel store and add DIRECTV NOW to your Roku device.

Whether you have a Roku or not, you can still take advantage of the DIRECTV NOW streaming service. And you don’t need DIRECTV or a cable or satellite subscription to get it.

With DIRECTV NOW, you can access soccer-related channels such as NBC (in select cities), NBCSN, CNBC, ESPN, ESPN2, FOX (in select cities), FS1, FS2, FOX Sports Net, Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas, Telemundo, Galavision, YES as well as access to the NBC Sports App so you can watch every single Premier League match every season.

In addition to the Premier League, DIRECTV NOW also broadcasts the World Cup 2018/2022/2026, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX, MLS, Euro 2020, World Cup qualifiers, Copa America 2017, Gold Cup 2019, FA Cup, Europa League and many other leagues and competitions.

Of course, as well as all of the soccer programming, DIRECTV NOW offers a ton of entertainment, news and other channels.

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As well as the announcement about the compatibility with Roku, DIRECTV NOW is offering a free Amazon Fire TV stick when you order DIRECTV NOW with one-month prepay. The value of the Amazon Fire TV stick is $39.99, so that’s certainly a great deal if you’re looking to add a stick that you can insert into the HDMI port on your modern TV. The Amazon Fire TV stick offer ends on June 30.

Sign up for the free 7-day trial to DIRECTV NOW today.