The WAGner Opus program, which is a live-streaming app for the esports world, is getting a major boost from Wagner Interactive.
The company announced Tuesday that it will stream live games on the Opus platform during the NFL preseason.
The NFL season starts Wednesday and will be the first time that live streams will be available during the preseason.
ESPN is the first broadcaster to offer such a service to its customers.
WAGNER’S NEW OPUS PROGRAM WAGERNER INTERACTIVE will be offering a subscription-based WAGERSPASS for the NFL’s 2018 season.
It will provide access to the WAGnersPASS for $20 a month.
This subscription will include access to all games, pregame and postgame coverage, the Wags Pass app and the WagnersPass streaming video service.
It also will allow WAGNET users to watch games through WAGERNauts.
The new subscription will cost $99 a year.
It’s the first of its kind for an NFL app, and it includes the new NFL WAGWORD app, which will provide viewers with information about the NFL and its players.
WagsPass users will be able to watch the preseason games on their phones.
WagNER Interactive has been offering streaming sports content to its subscribers for more than a year, including NFL, college basketball, hockey, baseball, golf and tennis.
The Wagspass app will be WAGNauts.