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Yahoo Fantasy Football mobile app to stream live NFL games

US telco Verizon will expand its streaming-rights deal with the NFL to incorporate the Yahoo Fantasy Football app on smartphones and tablets from the 2019 season.

The announcement was made at the Verizon Media presentation for advertisers in New York on Tuesday evening. Verizon owns Yahoo Sports.

Games will continue to be streamed on the Yahoo Sports app as part of a reported five-year, $2bn (€1.78bn) deal signed in December 2017.

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