The Roku device is a streaming device manufactured by American based company, Roku. The Roku device provides over-the-top media services in the form of channels. A Roku streaming device receives data via a wired or wireless (Wi-Fi) connection from an internet router and everything else is seamless from then on.
What the Roku device is basically, is a streaming media player that lets you watch videos, listen to music, play games and also use other kinds of applications from the internet on your TV. The Roku device comes in several models. The Express and Express+ are the simplest Roku devices available on the market.
Do you love to watch football games and other sports but have little or no interest in TNT or Cartoon Network? If this is you, the best thing to do is to abandon cable and subscribe to EXPN or ESPN+ on your Roku streaming device.
If you didn’t know, The Roku device enables you access to all your favorite ESPN programs without any cable subscription. With your ESPN+ subscription, you will have access to live sporting events on your Roku device for just $4.99 a month. Once you are subscribed to an ESPN service, all you need to do is follow the guide below to learn how to watch ESPN on your Roku device using your ESPN or ESPN+ subscription.
How to Watch ESPN on Your Roku Device
- First off, go to the home screen of your Roku device and then select “Streaming Channels.”
- Next, type “ESPN” into the search box or locate “Sports” and then swipe down to “ESPN.” You can also add the ESPN channel using the Roku mobile app or desktop site.
- Now that you have selected ESPN, press the “OK” button on your Roku remote.
- Next, go back to the home screen and locate ESPN on your list of added channels. From there, open it.
- Select your ESPN account provider and log in using your credentials. Go to the ESPN activation site via a browser on your PC or Mac, and then enter the code on your TV screen.