The NFL announced Monday that it will stream all of the 2016 NFL season on the web for free on Monday, Nov. 30.
The announcement comes just days after ESPN’s The Score went live and made it easier than ever for fans to find all the key matchups for each game.
TheScore is a website that allows fans to easily search for each of the top matchups for all the NFL games this season, which includes Super Bowl 50 and the AFC Championship Game.
The NFL’s decision to open up TheScore came shortly after the site was awarded the first-ever subscription deal with the NFL.
This means TheScore will offer NFL fans the same coverage they’ve come to expect from ESPN, with a single, all-access subscription option.
The first-of-its-kind deal means that fans will be able to access NFL games in multiple ways, including via TheScore’s premium streaming service, The Score Premium, which costs $3.99 per month.
The NFL also announced that its live score of each Super Bowl will be available via The Score’s live score app.
As of this writing, TheScore Premium is only available for Apple devices and Roku devices.