Sony's PlayStation TV-streaming service, PlayStation Vue, launched on Apple TV today, expanding its footprint even further. In a PlayStation Blog post, Sony said Apple TV was one of the "most highly requested devices" for the service.

PlayStation Vue works on fourth generation Apple TV devices and supports the system's Siri remote. People who have an existing PlayStation Vue account can link their subscription to Apple TV to get started. Newcomers can sign up for a streaming package, which starts at $30/month.

Be aware that not all plans are available in every market; go to the PlayStation Vue website and enter your zip code to find out what plans are available where you live.

PlayStation Vue can be streamed to up to five devices at the same time. In addition to Apple TV, the service is offered on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, and smartphone/tablet.

The service's expansion to Apple TV today comes after Sony announced last week that PlayStation Vue had lost all Viacom-owned networks, including Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and Spike.

PlayStation Vue debuted in some US markets in 2015 before launching in full this March. Prices have been adjusted a number of times as platform availability and the channel lineup changed. In July, it reportedly topped the 100,000 subscribers mark.

Source: GameSpot