NFL fans may soon be watching NFL games via Netflix, ESPN, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus and HBO Go.NFL Network’s NFL GamePass subscription service, which launched in January, will become available to the public on July 15.
It offers a live stream of every NFL game, plus other content like exclusive highlights, scores and scores from other games.
The NFL Network also allows users to watch replays and analysis on NFL.com.
The streaming service will be available to all NFL fans, not just the ones with an NFL subscription.
NFL games will also be available via NFL Mobile, the app for devices like Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.NFL GamePass will also become available through the NFL Mobile app on July 30, when it will launch to NFL customers.
NFL Network subscribers will be able watch all of their games, including their broadcast partners’ games, on NFL Mobile.
The NFL is also rolling out a new TV app to NFL owners to make watching live games easier for fans.
The app will allow owners to stream all their games on mobile devices, and users can easily switch between platforms and access all of the information they need from their devices.
The NBA is also expanding its live video streaming experience for fans, with the league announcing today that it will start offering live streaming on mobile phones.
The NBA app will be accessible through the NBA Mobile app and the NBA.com app.
The league also announced today that its league-wide app will stream all of its games on both Apple TV and Roku devices through a partnership with ESPN.
The move is another example of the NFL’s growing partnership with streaming services.
The AFL is also looking to move more fans into its app through its mobile app.
The league is also working on a subscription-based sports service, and is expected to announce that service in the coming weeks.
The AFL will also soon begin offering the NFL Network, which is available on both mobile and desktop devices.NFL Media’s NFL Live streaming app will also get an update on July 28, the league said.
The new version of the app will offer the NFL on all platforms and will offer an enhanced live experience that includes full replays, advanced analytics and other features.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.