Earlier this year it was rumored that ESPN, the world’s largest sports broadcaster, would eventually be coming to the Xbox 360 . Well, during the Microsoft press conference today the service was officially debuted, touting its access to over 3500 sporting events the first year alone.
The service will be fully compatible with Kinect, allowing viewers to control the live stream with either their hands or their voice. If Kobe Bryant does a 360 slam dunk over LeBron James, you can say “replay” and you’ll automatically get to watch the epic dunk again and again. No release date has been announced for the service, but it will be available for free for all Xbox Live Gold Members.