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CBS All Access to stream NFL games on mobile through 2022

CBS All Access to stream NFL games on mobile through 2022
CBS has just announced that it will start streaming NFL games to mobile via its All Access service for the first time. Although CBS owned the rights to stream NFL games since 2016, Verizon held the exclusive rights to stream the games on mobile.

Starting this year, the streaming service will be available to all TV Everywhere subscribers not just on mobile, but also on other media streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Android TV, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs, as well as game consoles such as Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Furthermore, CBS confirmed that it will stream the entire 2018 NFL ON CBS season, including Super Bowl LIII. Additionally, all customers who subscribe to CBS All Access via Amazon's Channels service will have access to the NFL games.

If you're suddenly interested in gaining access to the streaming service, CBS All Access is now available for $5.99 per month with limited commercials, or $9.99 per month commercial free.

source: CBS via TechCrunch


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