According to The Athletic’s report, the NFL is working on a unique subscription streaming service for mobile devices.

The league reportedly explained the project to the team at an annual Owners Meeting in Palm Beach, Florida over the past few days. According to The Athletic, the presentation included a slide from the brand “NFL +” and was sold at a virtual price of $ 5 per month. The NFL Plus service theoretically replaces the NFL Mobile. This is NFL’s previous solution for delivering games on the market to mobile phones and tablets. The NFL had signed a deal with Verizon and Yahoo to showcase some live games, but the partnership ended last year when the airline spun off its content business. In 2017, Verizon lost its cellular exclusivity.

Details of the National Football League’s official NFL logo are drawn on the grass when the New York Giants defeat the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Wildcard Playoffs game at MetLife Stadium on January 8, 2012, in East Rutherford, NJ. NFL fans in many regions outside the United States are already taking advantage of various streaming options on their mobile and other devices. For example, DAZN has rights to all NFL games in countries like Canada and Japan. The NFL also operates a streaming service for overseas subscribers called Game Pass. The Athletic Report does not state when the NFL Plus service will be launched. However, the NFL says it needs to find a mobile streaming solution before the 2022 season begins in September.