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NLL partners with Fanseat for international streaming

The National Lacrosse League has debuted international streaming in partnership with sports entertainment service Fanseat.

NLL coverage will be available to viewers outside North America as part of Fanseat’s monthly subscription, priced at €7.99. Streaming will cover the remainder of the 2018-19 NLL: the regular-season ends this coming weekend and the eight-team playoff begins the first week of May.

“We are excited to provide the opportunity for our fans living outside of North America to follow their teams and watch NLL games live,” said NLL commissioner Nick Sakiewicz. “Lacrosse has grown internationally over the past decade at a rapid rate and there is global interest in our sport and League now more than ever before. It’s in the league’s and our fans best interest to provide live games so dedicated fans can follow their favorite teams and new fans can see the best lacrosse players in the world.”

 

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