The below paragraph was originally published July 6, 2017, on Fortune.com. To read the full version, click here.
On Thursday, FloSports announced that it will begin streaming live football games starting in mid-July. The games stem from the company’s new streaming rights deals with outfits such as The Spring League, an independent professional football league comprised of former NFL and Division I college players, as well as USA Football, an NFL-partnered amateur football non-profit. Later this month, FloSports will stream live coverage of USA Football’s 7-on-7 National Championship Series tournaments, which feature top U.S. high school players, while the streaming service will also stream match-ups between some of the country’s top-ranked high school football programs, starting in late August.
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