Microsoft has reportedly confirmed that its Sky Go service will soon be made available on Xbox One.
A report by Pocket Lint claims Microsoft will roll out the service on the console, having already offered access to Sky TV to PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360 users.
Sky's other streaming service Now TV is already available on Xbox One, but lacks the range and choice of programming that the Sky Go app offers.
Much like the versions available on those platforms, the app is likely to fall under the name of 'TV from Sky' but will still offer a number of the benefits that come with the company's live and on demand streaming service.
Sky TV subscribers can already use Sky Go on mobile platforms, PC or Mac as part of their regular package, but are restricted to only registering two devices.
Subscribers to the Sky Go Extra service, which costs an extra £5 a month, will have access to a wide range of channels through their console, as well as a large amount of catch-up and on demand content.
They will also have a chance to register other devices, allowing them to watch shows and films on the move.