The NFL is getting ready to roll out live streaming of the Super BOWL, and it’ll all be free, according to the league’s head of live video.

NFL VP of Live Events John Skipper said the league will be offering live streaming via the NFL app, ESPN, and Google Maps starting Monday.

ESPN will also stream the game on its mobile app starting Tuesday, Skipper told reporters Tuesday.

Skipper added that the league hopes to have live streaming on every device in its arsenal by the end of the year.

The league is also making its first-ever official partnership with Twitch.

The NFL will offer live streaming through its app, which Skipper calls a “first class” product.

The NFL’s app will allow fans to watch games with up to three friends, he said.

Skipper also confirmed that NFL Network will be available on the NFL’s iOS app and Android app.

The network is available on Roku and Apple TV, as well as Apple TV Stick.

“Our goal with the app is to make it easy to watch our games,” Skipper added.

“We’re bringing this product to you all for free, so there’s no limit to how many people you can have in your household.”

Skipper told The Associated Press that the NFL is working with Twitch to develop a live stream of the game.

The game will also feature special programming for people with disabilities.

The video will also include a behind-the-scenes look at the game, Skipping said.