It wasn’t always the most reliable—especially over the last few months—but for myself and many, many other Xbox 360 users the aging console still holds an important role as a second screen source for watching ESPN content. That will come to an end next week, as the Worldwide Leader ends support for the eleven-year-old Microsoft game system, leaving the Xbox One as the sole home console on which WatchESPN content will be viewable—unless you consider the Amazon Fire TV to be a “console.”

Coincidentally, Microsoft announced a price drop on the Xbox One that begins the same week ESPN on Xbox 360 support ends.