PlayStation announced Thursday that its PlayStation Vue television service is now on Apple TV, allowing PlayStation Vue subscribers to watch live TV on Apple’s set top box.

The service, which is available on Apple TV (4th-generation) devices, offers Vue’s standard features, including its cloud DVR, support for streaming and it works with the Siri Remote, PlayStation said.

If you already have an existing PlayStation Vue account, you can link your subscription to Apple TV and start streaming.

PlayStation Vue live channels, include NBC, Fox, ESPN, NFL Network and others - depending on where you live. You can also add on premium networks like AMC, FX, HBO and Showtime, to get a better streaming experience. Prices range from $30 to $65 per month and PlayStation Vue provides different live streaming television packages that include live TV, sports, movies and more. The service also offers on-demand video and cloud-based DVR streaming so content that’s been recorded can be watched on multiple devices.

PlayStation Vue subscribers can easily link their accounts to the Apple TV after downloading the PlayStation Vue app, which is now available to download.

Compared to Sling TV, PlayStation Vue lets you watch on multiple devices at the same time, which makes it more convenient for larger families where several people want to watch different programs on their own devices. With PlayStation Vue, you can watch up to five devices, while Sling currently allows up to three different devices.

PlayStation Vue Channel List

According to Sony the channels on PlayStation Vue include: AMC, Animal Planet, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CNBC, CNN, Destination America, Discovery, Discovery Family, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, diy Network, E!, ESPN, ESPN2, Esquire Network, Food Network, Fox Business, Fox News Channel, FREEFORM, FX, FXX, HGTV, HLN, Investigation Discovery, MSNBC, National Geographic Channel, NBCSN, OWN, Oxygen, Pop, SCI, Syfy, TBS, TLC, TNT, Travel Channel tru TV, USA and WE.

Other premium channel options include, Showtime, HBO, Fox Soccer Plus, NFL Network, NFL RedZone, ESPN+ Channels and more.