JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – When the Jaguars face the Ravens on Sept. 24 in London, the game will be streamed on Verizon. According to the Wall Street Journal, Verizon has paid $21 million for the right to do this.
The week three matchup, which kicks off at 9:30 a.m. ET., will be shown on three Verizon-owned platforms: AOL, Complex and go90.
During the 2016 season Yahoo paid $15 million to stream one of the London games.
“Verizon will be the NFL’s exclusive digital partner to deliver the live stream of the Week 3 International Series game in London to a global audience,” said the NFL in a statement. “The Baltimore Ravens - Jacksonville Jaguars game on September 24 from Wembley Stadium will be streamed live across Verizon’s portfolio of platforms including AOL, Fios, go90 and Complex. The game will also be made available on the NFL Mobile app (NFL.com/mobile) to Verizon Wireless customers, and the NFL app on Xbox One and Windows 10. TV access will be offered through an over-the-air broadcast in the Baltimore and Jacksonville local markets, as well as on Sky Sports in the U.K.”