AT&T TV NOW Re-Adds ESPN3 Support




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Back in February, AT&T confirmed that ESPN3 support was dropped for DIRECTV NOW that is now called AT&T TV NOW. Now it looks that ESPN3 has returned to AT&T TV NOW.

At the time, AT&T said: “We’re currently looking into the issue with ESPN3 and we are working to have a resolution as soon as possible. We really appreciate your patience through this inconvenience.” It took over a month before that was updated to say ESPN3 should never have been part of DIRECTV NOW.

Recently AT&T and Disney reached a new deal to keep ESPN and other Disney networks on AT&T’s services like DIRECTV and AT&T TV NOW. Now it seems that this deal includes ESPN3. Cord Cutters News has confirmed that ESPN3 now works with AT&T TV NOW on ESPN’s website.

Here is an image of ESPN3 running with AT&T TV NOW:

Have you noticed ESPN3 working for you with AT&T TV NOW on other devices? Leave us a comment and let us know on what device it is supported.

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