NFL Launches The NFL+ Streaming Service

National Football League

The NFL wants in on the streaming wars, to the point that they’ve announced the launch today of the NFL+ streaming service.

NFL+ will have two subscription tiers starting with a base tier for $4.99 per month/$39.99 per year. That will include live local and national primetime games on mobile devices and out-of-market pre-season games on all devices.

The service will also include home, away and national game live audio for every game of the season and some NFL library programming.

The NFL+ Premium tier will cost $9.99 per month/$79.99 per year and will add on full-game replays and condensed-game replays (going back to 2009), and coaches film. All of it is ad-free.

The service will live within and the NFL app, serving as an add-on service for regular consumers of NFL content. The first game available on the new service will be the Hall of Fame Game on August 4th featuring the Jacksonville Jaguars and Las Vegas Raiders.

NFL programming is by far the most popular programming on linear TV and has served as a sales point for other streamers like Paramount+ and Amazon Prime.

The current product is being viewed as a starting point with the league hoping to evolve and expand the service over time. As a result of this launch, NFL+ will replace the domestic version of the existing Game Pass service.

Source: THR

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