BT is extending the availability of its 4K UHD/HDR service BT Sport Ultimate.
From today (Friday) the broadcaster is making the channel available on Samsung smart TVs, Xbox One games consoles and Chromecast Ultra streaming devices.
Existing customers, including those who watch via Sky, can watch the channel for an additional £5 per month.
BT Sport Ultimate launched earlier in the year to BT TV and EE pay monthly customers, enabling them to watch in HD with HDR on Android and Apple handsets/tablets.
BT Sport will show up to 70 live events in HDR this season, including the UEFA Champions League, Premier League and more.
One of the first games available in the Ultra HD/HDR format is the debut of Jose Mourinho as the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur.
Pete Oliver, managing director, marketing, of BT’s consumer division, said: “We’re providing the absolute best video and sound quality for sport fans, making BT Sport in 4K, HDR and Dolby Atmos available in more ways than ever this season. HDR transforms the sports viewing experience and with the expansion of BT Sport Ultimate, we’re providing more high quality broadcasts for our customers than any other broadcaster.”