NFL: Free NFL game draws global audience in millions

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  • Wednesday, 28 Oct 2015

Touchdown: Wembley Stadium in London, pictured here in 2012, played host to an NFL football game that was presented in a global live stream.

LOS ANGELES: The first free global live stream of an NFL game drew a worldwide audience of 15.2 million across 185 countries, the NFL and partner Yahoo! said. 

Sunday’s game between the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London was the first time gridiron fans could watch a match for free without cable, authentication or TV, a statement said. 

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