A streaming service run by the National Football League (NFL) has been introduced. The new streamer, NFL, debuts in time for the 2022 season. On Thursday, August 4, the Hall of Fame preseason game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Las Vegas Raiders kicks off the 2017 NFL season.
In March of this year, we first learned about the NFL. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earlier this month indicated that the streaming is in the works and will launch before the season starts. After Gaming Pass, NFL today formally announced the service’s debut, referring to it as the next step in the growth of consumer game offerings.
NFL introduces two levels of subscription. The entry-level plan is $4.99 per month or $39.99 annually. It gives you access to live out-of-market preseason games across all devices, along with local and primetime games in real time on phones and tablets. Additionally, you receive ad-free, on-demand access to the NFL library programs as well as live game audio for every game of the season.
Advertisement All the features of the entry-level tier are included in the NFL Premium, which costs twice as much ($9.99 per month or $79.99 per year). Most significantly, you have unrestricted access to both full and shortened game replays on all devices. Additionally, this tier includes the All-22 Coaches Film, which enables viewers to thoroughly analyze the game. More than what is shown to the public during live broadcasts, you get to view the games.
NFL GAME PASS IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN NFL NFL is far less expensive than NFL Game Pass, a $99.99 annual package that will soon become obsolete. Even the new streamer’s Premium tier is less pricey. There are, of course, restrictions with the NFL, notably in terms of where you may watch games. You can only use mobile apps to view live local and primetime games. On your computer or television, you cannot watch a live game.
However, those who typically watch NFL on mobile will find the new streaming option to be great. Maybe even those who occasionally watch a live game. Because NFL meets their wants, not many individuals would likely miss NFL Game Pass.
Advertisement The NFL’s loyal and devoted football fans are its lifeblood, and it is crucial to us, said Goodell, that we can connect and engage with them on a variety of channels. We look forward to expanding NFL and strengthening our bond with fans.