Back in September 2017 PlayStation Vue added CBS Sports Network. Ever since that happened subscribers have been asking for the ability to log into the CBS Sports Network apps with PlayStation Vue.
Recently Sony added support for PlayStation Vue subscribers to log into the CBS Sports Network app. Giving them access to CBS Sports as they travel with their mobile apps and services. With this new additional PlayStation Vue joins other live TV streaming services offering access to CBS Sports Network app like DIRECTV NOW, fuboTV, Hulu, and YouTube TV.
CBS Sports airs content from the Mountain West Conference, the Atlantic 10 Conference, Conference USA, the Patriot League, Army football and Navy football. They also have a long list of studio shows and other sports coverage.
This comes as PlayStation Vue has recently upgraded will give lucky PlayStation Vue subscribers access to the $54.99 a month Elite plan that includes 90-plus HD channels. After the free upgrade ends, subscribers will automatically be returned to the plan they had before the free upgrade. According to our readers, the upgrade to the Elite package will end in July 2018.
Sony still has not commented on how it is picking which PlayStation Vue subscribers will get the upgrade. For now the selection seems to be almost at random because we first suspected that former Slim subscribers got the upgrade in exchange for the upcoming price hike; however, other readers say they already pay the higher price and still got the free upgrade.
If you want to find out if you got the upgrade and how long it will last log into your account and look at your account settings.
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