Sky subscribers will soon be able to able to watch content via the Sky Go and NOW TV services on their PlayStation 4 consoles.
The TV, home phone and broadband provider has struck a deal with Sony to offer on-demand content via the PS4, which launched in November 2013.
Subscribers will be able to watch NOW TV on the PS4 from this summer, with customers able to connect their console to their TV and home broadband.
Sky Go is set to become available to PlayStation 4 users later in 2014.
Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky’s Brand Director of TV Products, said more and more consumers are demanding easy access to a greater choice of high-quality entertainment over internet-connected devices.
"Sky is committed to helping customers access our great content, whenever and wherever they want," he stated.
"This deal is yet another example of that. The agreement with Sony is great news for millions of Sky TV customers who can look forward to using Sky Go on their PlayStation 3 or PS4 for the first time."
Gideon Katz, Director of NOW TV, said the service provider is pleased to be coming to the PS4 this summer, after launching on the PS3 in 2013.
"NOW TV customers will have yet another way of streaming award-winning shows, movies and sports to their main TV screen," he stated.
Sky Go and NOW TV are already available across a broad range of internet-connected devices, including laptops, tablets and smartphones.
With Sky Go, customers can watch live and on-demand content over the internet, in line with their TV subscription.
NOW TV offers instant access to films, sport and entertainment programmes on a pay-as-you-go basis, making Sky content available to non-subscribers.