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The NFL is launching its own media streaming service.

The NFL said on Monday that “NFL+” was now live. In a column for “Sports Illustrated” last week, the NFL’s chief media and business officer, Brian Rolapp, said that it would start this season. He had told owners about it at the league meetings in May.

Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL, told the Associated Press that the league will be able to tailor its content to meet the needs of both fans and people who don’t care about football.

“This is a big step in the right direction, in our opinion. As more and more content is added, it will keep getting better and bigger. We were able to put this in a way that we think our fans will like by looking at what we already have or doing research.”

“NFL+” starts on Thursday night, when 15 games are shown only on Amazon Prime Video. The “Sunday Ticket” package of out-of-market games for this season will end. At the end of this year, DirecTV’s rights will run out, and three companies have come out as the frontrunners to buy them.

Fans will be able to watch preseason games played outside of their local markets on any device. They will also be able to watch the regular season and postseason games played locally and nationally on any device. “NFL+” will also give fans access to the team and national radio feeds, on-demand NFL Network shows, and the NFL Films library. You can also add content that was made by a group of people. The NFL website and app will be able to get to it.

Since 2015, “Game Pass” has been available in the United States. Now, it’s getting better. In 2009, the league started letting fans watch replays of their favorite games online through a service called “Game Rewind.” When it added coaches’ film in 2012, which showed all 22 players on the field from two different angles, fans and experts began to pay more attention to it.

In the past, the league has offered a “Game Pass” subscription that included preseason games played outside of major markets.

The main reason to buy this bundle is to watch live regular-season and postseason games. The league didn’t get back its mobile rights until the end of the last season.

“NFL+” costs $4.99 a month or $39.99 a year to sign up for. For $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year, you can buy full and short game replays as well as the coaches’ film. Once, you could get the “Game Pass” package for $100 per year. Season ticket holders will have the chance to sign up for “NFL+.”

Goodell says that a decision will be made about “Sunday Ticket” and the possibility of selling a piece of NFL Media properties before the end of the year.

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Gazi Md. Aman Ullah
Gazi Md. Aman Ullah
Aman is the Co-founder and Author of SportPaedia.com who brings all the latest sports news to you and writes about popular events and amazing sports around the world.

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