The NFL and the NBA have announced a new streaming service that’s going to launch in October, which will bring TCL TV to Roku devices.
The service is called the TCL Roku TV and will cost $25 per month.
The Roku channel will be available for purchase on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Xbox, Fire TV, Apple Watch, PlayStation, and Samsung Smart TVs.
TCL says it’s launching the new service in a bid to boost the popularity of TCL’s streaming TV product line.
Roku TVs are the company’s most popular product, with an estimated 30 million devices sold.
Roku launched the Roku Streaming Stick in October last year, but that product only sold 1.5 million units.
The new TCL streaming product will come with a Roku app, so you’ll be able to stream TCL content on your TV.
There’s no word on when the service will be live on Roku TVs.