The NFL announced Monday that the league will be airing 30 games on a new online platform.
The games will be streamed via its website, which also includes the team website and the official Twitter account.
The streaming platform will allow fans to watch games in real-time with real-money betting on outcomes.
The league said it will also allow fans in online forums to request games to be broadcast.
The platform, called NFL Live, will be powered by a company called BettingOnSports.com, which is owned by the NFL and will provide live betting and analytics services to broadcasters.
The NFL has also invested $2.2 million to buy Betting on Sports, according to a news release.
The NFL is looking for feedback on the platform and wants to get it rolling before the league goes live, a league source told The Associated Press.
The service is expected to be available in the U.S. and Canada by the end of 2019.
The new platform will be launched with 30 games from the 2017 season, with more games to come.
It will also feature a number of local and regional sports content.