The NFL has a new cable provider.
ESPN, owned by Time Warner, announced that it would be launching ESPN2 in early 2019.
That could bring ESPN’s coverage of the NFL to a whole new audience.
ESPN is currently available in 20 countries and more than 200 territories.
The move will mean that a lot of people outside of the U.S. will have access to the network.
The announcement comes as the NFL has been criticized for its lack of NFL coverage, and a recent survey found that more than a third of Americans said they are likely to never watch a NFL game.
ESPN also announced that the network would offer a weekly series called “The College Football Hall of Fame.”
That’s a new way for fans to learn about the greatest players of all time, which will hopefully help to keep fans on the network’s radar.