If you’re not a huge fan of the NRL, there’s a good chance you won’t have much luck watching the Grand Final.
That’s because the NRL has announced that the event will be simulcast across a variety of platforms, with all fans able to stream it at the same time.
It is unclear whether this will be in the same way as watching the AFL Grand Final on the AFL.
This is the first major event since the 2018 NRL Grand Finals which was simulcast in a variety, but not all, of Australia’s broadcast markets.
If you’re a fan of both sports and the NRL and are not in Australia, it’s possible you’ll be able to watch it at home, but if you live in a country where the NRL is not broadcast, you’ll need to buy a separate subscription to access the live feed.
The announcement also revealed that the Grand Finals will be shown on an on-demand service.
This means that if you want to watch live in the comfort of your own home, you will need to have the live stream available.
There are also some big changes to the live broadcast.
It will be a live event, meaning the crowd will be able see the game live from the moment they arrive at the venue, rather than the moment the game is broadcast.
If there’s any controversy surrounding the live coverage of the Grand Match, it will be that a lot of fans will be unable to watch at the moment because they’ve bought their own subscription to the NRL live feed, but this will change in the future.
As a result, it should be a lot easier to get the live view if you have an existing subscription.
You can find out more about the changes in the NRL Live Stream page and the AFL Live Stream on ABC Sport.