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Streaming televison site Sling announced today that it has launched an Android TV application, allowing users on a new set of devices to subscribe to the service and watch TV shows from a variety of networks. To help put more Sling-capable devices in users’ hands, Sling is offering a special price on the Nexus Player.

Those who pre-pay for three months of Sling TV will be able to get Google’s Nexus Player for half off the regular price, bringing the cost closer to $50. To claim the offer, users just need to sign up for a three-month subscription through the Sling website and select the Nexus Player deal.

Sling already offers support for a wide range of other Android devices through its free streaming app, which is available on the Google Play Store. Other supported devices include Roku, Amazon’s FireTV and related hardware, and iOS devices.

You can find 9to5Google’s review of the Nexus Player from last year here.

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