The NFL may kickoff a streaming service

The NFL is in the early stages of developing its own streaming service.

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Future. The NFL is in the early stages of developing its own streaming service. If it actually launches (something that’s still up in the air), the streamer may become — not just a hub for all football-related content—  but also a community club and NFT marketplace… opening up several new revenue streams per viewer.

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  • According to The Athletic, the NFL is developing its own streaming service.
  • Other than games, the service would also include “games, radio, podcasts and team content.”
  • It’s being positioned as a great choice for football fans who don’t have a cable subscription (or any of the major streamers, we’re assuming) and want to watch games on their mobile devices.
  • But it’s not a done deal yet — the team owners will most likely have to vote on whether to move forward with the service during a meeting in May.

According to Engadget, Verizon had exclusive rights to mobile content from the NFL up until 2018. With that deal now expired, the NFL could leverage a better deal from Verizon or another mobile company with the inclusion of NFL+ or whatever it ends up calling it.

The NFL knows that true fans will happily switch carriers to keep accessing that content.


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