With millions of Americans tuning in to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup, one of the best ways to experience the tournament is with a free trial to PlayStation Vue, a leading legal streaming provider.
Don’t be fooled by the name. With PlayStation Vue, you don’t need a PlayStation video game console. PlayStation Vue is an Internet-based live TV service that’s available on streaming devices such as PS4, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, PC and Mac and mobile devices. Plus it can be viewed on a tablet and can be cast to Chromecast from a mobile phone.
With PlayStation Vue, all 64 World Cup matches will air live and on-demand. When you sign up for the trial to the Access package (or above), you’ll get FOX, Telemundo and FS1 (along with a ton of other channels). Universo is available via the Spanish Pack.
For those who want the flexibility to watch games on the go (mobile phones, tablets, PCs), or who don’t have cable or satellite, PlayStation Vue is a great way to catch all the action online – both in English and Spanish.
A single PS Vue subscription allows you to simultaneously stream content across up to five multiple devices (including three outside the home). PS Vue offers the most simultaneous streams.
Plus Multi-view allows you to watch three live events at once on a PS4, so you don’t have to miss any action across games.
Live scores are also available within PS Vue’s UI. You can also turn off scores/spoiler alerts if you don’t want any spoilers.
Last but not least, PlayStation Vue is offering a special price on their Core Plan. Typically, it’s $44.99/month but you can save $10/month for the first two months of service. But the special price expires on Monday, June 18.
Sign up for the free trial to PlayStation Vue today.