Sony’s PlayStation Vue streaming service is the latest platform where you’ll be able to catch Major League Baseball content on.

Sony announced Tuesday the MLB Network has been added to the list of channels on the streaming service. The channel is available starting on Vue’s entry-level Core Slim ($34.99/month) programming package. On the MLB Network, you’ll find games and coverage on the league throughout the season, which kicks off April 2.

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The move puts PlayStation Vue’s sports offerings in line with other streaming services. While most major streaming cable services have basic network and cable sports channels, premium channels like the Big Ten Network and SEC Network can be a deal breaker for fans who want to watch games. For the MLB Network’s part, it’s on DirecTV Now’s midrange programming package in addition to being on PlayStation Vue.

Since launching in 2015, PlayStation Vue has been a modest but steady performer for Sony. The service features more than 90 partner channels in its catalog and can be watched on the PlayStation or devices like Roku sticks and the Apple TV.

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Vue is also one of several competitors in a streaming cable market that looks to become crowded this year. Along with Vue, current services include Sling and DirecTV Now. Services that’ll launch soon include the long-teased Hulu offering and YouTube TV. For its part, MLB also plans to expand its digital footprint — it’s reportedly looking into streaming games on Facebook this season.