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It turns out Xbox One gamers didn't have that long to wait after all. Sky's Now TV service has come to Microsoft's console, less than a week after it hit the PS4.

That means Xbox One owners can now watch on-demand TV shows, sports and films with no monthly contract. Instead, you only pay for what you watch.

A Sky Sports Day Pass costs £9.99, and a Sky Movies Month Pass is £8.99.

"We're pleased that Now TV has joined the ever growing list of entertainment apps and services on Xbox One," Pawan Bhardwaj, Microsoft's UK Xbox Live product manager, said in a statement.

"Sky is an important partner for Xbox and with the launch of Now TV on Xbox One, our fans have even more ways to enjoy their favourite TV shows, live sport, and movies."

Gideon Katz, director of Now TV, added: "Launching on Xbox One means Now TV is now available on both the latest next-generation consoles, as well as over 50 other devices. That's great news for our customers who now have even more choice and flexibility when it comes to choosing how they want to watch Now TV."

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