Are you ready for more football? The streaming service won the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, which gives you access to all out-of-market games on Sundays on FOX and CBS. DirecTV is the current home for Sunday Ticket. Since 1994, but the package will be moved to Google’s streaming service next year.
Amazon and Apple are believed to be in talks about Sunday Ticket. It was Apple At one point, it was reported that it dropped out of this race last week. This left Amazon and Google in contention for the title.
The Sunday Ticket is available as an add-on for YouTube TV subscribers, or as a standalone option on YouTube Primetime channels. . YouTube has yet to reveal the price for Sunday Tickets. Sunday Ticket plans for 2022 season on DirecTV start from $294
YouTube and NFL have not yet announced the terms. Please contact me YouTube will pay $2 Billion annually over seven years under a seven year agreement. DirecTV will pay another $500 million per season. DirecTV is however It has 1.5 million to 2 million Sunday Ticket subscribers. The package has been losing money for years.
In a The NFL announced that it and YouTube would collaborate to identify additional ways to support NFL Sunday Ticket distribution at commercial establishments, such as bars or restaurants. The magazine He suggested that YouTube pay another $200 million per year to the league.
YouTube and the NFL have been partners since 2015, when the NFL’s main channel was launched on YouTube. YouTube TV subscribers had access two years ago to NFL Network and NFL RedZone. These will remain available on YouTube TV in accordance with the expanded agreement. Additionally, certain YouTube creators will have access to certain NFL support events that could lead to content opportunities.
Google’s Sunday Ticket agreement is a huge win. YouTube TV already hosts other sports networks such as the NBA and MLB. However, having exclusive rights to a package that includes several NFL games could help to increase the number of users who use the streaming service. Amazon Prime Video has an 11 year deal Matches began this season. Apple is expanding its involvement in live sports by securing a 10-year agreement to broadcast every Major League Soccer soccer game via Apple TV. Starting in 2023.
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