FOX Sports has learned that the NFL’s data transfer limit will be increased to 300 megabyte limits starting with Week 14.
Sources tell Fox Sports that the league has been considering the possibility of raising the limit to 300 GBs as part of a larger plan to improve data transfer speeds and streamers’ quality.
This increase would come into effect at 3:00 p.m.
ET on Monday, March 2, the first day of Week 14’s NFL season.
If the NFL does raise the limit, it will come into force at 3 p.M.
ET the following Monday.
The current limit is 300 GB.
We are always looking to innovate and improve the NFL experience for our fans.
To help ensure we can continue to innovate in this area, we are in the process of revamping the data transmission limits for the NFL, which we will provide to our teams as soon as they become available.
We are excited to see how this will impact the way the game is played and streamed.
We appreciate all of the feedback we have received from our fans during this process.