Hot on the heels of Facebook, Plex, Hulu, Movies Anywhere, and almost all other streaming services, Sling TV now has a co-experience that is properly called Watch Party. But unlike the others that came before it, the implementation of Sling TV includes video and text chat features.
Sling Watch Party is only in beta for now, and you need to look in a Chrome browser on your desktop or laptop. But it works with live TV, a great blessing if you used to watch the last episodes with a friend and can no longer meet in person.
It supports up to four people, and you can start a Watch Party with a link that is easy to share with your friends. Everyone must be a Sling subscriber, but until the end of September, the host can share the feed with free Sling users who have an account.
When you start a Watch Party, of course, you get the power, but you also get a Zoom-like view of everyone watching. And you can use a text chat room to communicate without drowning your video into talking. Sling recommends that you use headphones, and if you want, you can turn each guest̵
The Sling Watch party is available right now, and you can sign up for a free account to watch with a paying friend until September 30th.
Source: Sling TV