NFL Gamepass International offers fans outside of the United States the opportunity to watch every NFL game – regular season, postseason and Super Bowl – live. The Gamepass will be available as a standalone subscription or as an add-on in the DAZN app.
The National Football League (NFL) and DAZN Group have agreed on a 10-year deal to offer sports fans around the world the NFL Gamepass International (NFL GPI) starting in the 2023 season.
DAZN, the world’s leading digital sports streaming service, is available on most connected devices, including smart TVs, smartphones, tablets and gaming consoles. NFL GPI will be available through the DAZN app either as a standalone subscription or as an add-on to an existing DAZN package for customers worldwide, excluding China.
With access to DAZN – including its powerful data-driven technology, global distribution network and marketing capabilities – the NFL will be able to attract and retain new viewers over the next decade while building on its growing international fanbase.
“Growing the NFL on a global scale is one of the top strategic priorities for the league and its 32 teams. We’re excited to partner with DAZN, which will help us accelerate this effort,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
“Our goal has always been to bring our games to as many fans as possible, and we are confident that DAZN’s innovative technology will best serve millions of viewers around the world while also serving a new generation of international NFL fans appeals.”
“The NFL is the premier sports media company and DAZN is thrilled that they have chosen us as their international partner,” said DAZN CEO Shay Segev.
“I am confident that we will provide a great experience for NFL fans while helping the league attract new markets and demographics to the NFL sports phenomenon.”
“We can’t wait to bring our customers all the drama, passion and excitement the NFL is known for as we continue to build the ultimate global destination for sports fans.”