In a move that could change the way we consume content on television, Amazon has announced a new service for streaming and watching the 2017 College Football Playoff games on Roku.
The company announced the service, which it says will be available in the coming weeks, in a post to its website, announcing the new service as the “College Football Stream.”
The new service, called “College Stream,” will feature exclusive content from the College Football National Championship Game, the ACC Championship Game and the National Championship.
The College Stream will be made available on Roku devices and other devices with the company’s streaming-enabled Chromecast.
“We’ve created a new platform for college football fans to discover, discover, and discover more,” Amazon said in a statement.
“It will be the place where they can watch the College Stream games on a wide range of devices, including TVs, gaming consoles, and set-top boxes.”
As a platform, the College Sports Feed will be a great place to start.
This means you will be able to find out more about the games and their coaches as well as the highlights, including scores and highlights, from each game.
“With our content, we are making sure to be transparent about the content we offer and to make it easy for you to discover more.”
The company added that the CollegeStream service will be powered by Amazon Video, which is “a premier platform for delivering premium content.”
The streaming service comes in the midst of a nationwide boycott of the 2017 NCAA Football Championship Series by the NCAA, which also pulled its championship games from Amazon Video.
The boycott, which was first reported by ESPN, has been ongoing since the season opener of the College Games, which began Jan. 31.
According to ESPN, a majority of the top college football games in 2017 were streamed on Amazon Video or Roku devices.
Roku, Amazon Video and Apple TV all have an app for accessing the College Live feed.
Apple TV users can access the CollegeLive feed on a TV that comes with a Fire TV or Apple TV.
Users can also download and stream the College stream on the Google Play Store or the Roku App store.
Amazon also announced that it will be launching an ad-supported TV service on Roku for the 2017 season, including a TV app that allows users to view games and content from Amazon’s original series, such as “The 100,” “The Good Wife,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Mad Men,” and “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
The TV app will be built on top of the platform and available on select devices, with a planned launch later this year.