New sports streaming platform in the works from ESPN, Fox, and Warner Brothers

ESPN, Fox, and Warner Brothers will launch a joint streaming service this year. The service will broadcast live games across 15 networks and all four major leagues. Fox CEO and Executive Chair Lachlan Murdoch said the service will provide passionate fans an array of amazing sports content. 15 channels, including ESPN, Fox, FS1, FS2, and others, will be available. Leagues such as the NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB, NASCAR, and college sports will be included. Consumers can subscribe directly in the app and have the option to bundle the service with Disney+, Hulu, or Max. The estimated price for the service will be between $45 and $50 a month. Disney CEO Bob Iger said this is a significant moment for Disney, ESPN, and sports fans. Disney has been seeking a strategic partner for ESPN for some time and has been in talks with sports leagues to come on as minority investors.