Amazon on Thursday announced that Sling TV, a new premium streaming service for cord-cutters that made its debut during CES 2015, is now available for the Fire TV and the Fire TV stick.
The news follows Sling TV’s announcement just three days ago that its service is now out of beta and available for all. Sling TV costs $20 per month and provides access to ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network, Disney, ABC Family and CNN. Customers can also opt to purchase additional channels from various packages for $5 extra per month, per package.
In addition to Sling TV, Amazon noted that it added Fox Sports Go, TED, CBS News, Crossy Road and Game of Thrones—a Telltale Game Series to the app store. The company also has discounts on in-game premium items for titles such as Candy Crush Saga and Farm Heroes Saga, and is offering $140 of premium apps for free between now and Feb. 14.
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