Today the National Lacrosse League announced it’s launching the NLL “Game of the Week” which will now stream for free across its partner B/R Live platforms in the US and on Twitter and Facebook globally. The streams will be available starting on December 14, 2019, with the New England vs Saskatchewan game.
“We are thrilled to be able to augment our growing presence on B/R Live with the NLL Game of the Week,” said NLL Commissioner Nick Sakiewicz. “These games will feature some of the best matchups in our league as well as many of our greatest personalities and athletes, and are a great next step as we continue to engage our digital audience and expand the reach of all that our league, and the game of lacrosse, has to offer to both the engaged fan and the casual seeker of high octane sports action.”
The NLL has a 20-game schedule this season and includes 13 teams across North America, all of which will be featured at least once in the “Game of the Week” streaming.
Here’s the full lineup:
December 14, New England at Saskatchewan, 8:30 PM
December 21, Colorado at Calgary, 9:30 PM
December 28, Saskatchewan at New York, 7:30 PM
January 4, Vancouver at Colorado, 9:30 PM
January 11, Rochester at Toronto, 7:00 PM
January 18, Toronto at Buffalo, 7:00 PM
January 24, New York at Philadelphia, 7:00 PM
February 1, Colorado vs. San Diego in Las Vegas, 10:00 PM
February 8, Colorado at Saskatchewan, 8:30 PM
February 15, Vancouver at Toronto, 7:00 PM
February 22, Vancouver at San Diego, 4:00 PM
February 29, Halifax at Buffalo, 7:00 PM
March 7, Georgia at New York, 7:30 PM
March 14, New England at Buffalo, 7:00 PM
March 21, Georgia at Saskatchewan, 10:00 PM
March 28, New England at Georgia, 7:30 PM
The NLL is the largest premier professional lacrosse league in North America with a growing fan base. Last season, ticket sales reached almost one million, up 28% from the previous season. Digital viewership also rose by 151% thanks to streaming through B/R Live. Founded in 1986, the NLL ranks third in average attendance for pro indoor sports worldwide, behind only the NHL and NBA.
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