Developers have created a workaround portal allowing Sony PlayStation 3 owners to access the BBC iPlayer.
The hack allows gamers to stream BBC content directly to their TVs via the games console.
"It is mainly a demonstration of how easily the BBC could support the PS3 with their Wii version," said the developers. PlayStation 3 owners can access the the service at http://ps3iplayer.com/.
The developers claim that the patch took only a day to create, and have called on the BBC to create an official version of the iPlayer for the PS3.
Last week the Nintendo Wii became the first video game console to officially get the BBC's iPlayer service.
However, the BBC has claimed that it is not the one holding up a release of other console versions of the iPlayer, but rather Microsoft and Sony which have expressed concerns over the lack of control of content streamed to their respective devices.
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