ESPN recently relaunched their online sports portal, and Microsoft has announced that it will be comming to Xbox live. Trey Wingo and Josh Elliott (funny SportsCenter anaylsts) demonstrated the service on stage at E3, and featured Microsoft’s new Kinect controller support. 3,500 live sporting events, instant replays, highlights, polls all at your fingertips or by the sound of your voice. The PiP feature will be very similar to the what is provided at the website online, but the HD streaming and Kinect as a controller should give it an overall new feel.
**The service is no addition charge besides the usual requirement of Xbox Live Gold is present; However, you must have TV provider / ISP that’s signed up for the package. If not then you have to pay extra to receive ESPN 3.
Check the list of ESPN3 affiliates to see if your ISP is playing ball.