Apple is seen as the “most likely” winner of the NFL Sunday Ticket rights, with a price tag of about $3 billion a year, according to Puck News.
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Last week, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the Sunday Ticket, which allows NFL fans to watch market games, was likely headed to a streaming platform.
“I obviously think we’ll be moving to the streaming service,” Goodell told CNBC, noting that such a move would allow more viewers to watch the games than the long-running Sunday Ticket setup on satellite.
Goodl, 63, added that a decision will be made in the fall.
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MLB Friday Night Baseball and the entire MLS are pretty cool, but if Apple is really serious about live sports, and it looks like they are, then the big NFL deal is a must. – MacDailyNews, July 8, 2022
See also: Apple is striving after the rights to live sports; The NFL is next – Analyst – June 15, 2022
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