Viewership of 5.8 Million Across TV & Digital
2022 Delivered NFL Network’s Three Most-Watched International Games Ever
Average Minute Audience on NFL Digital Platforms Hits 259K –
Second-Highest Digital AMA on Record for NFL Network International Game
Viewership for Sunday’s game featuring the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 21-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Munich was 5.8 million viewers* (TV+Digital) – surpassing the New York Giants-Green Bay Packers Week 5 game from London this year to be NFL Network’s most-watched International game on record (2016-present).
The 5.8 million viewers for Seahawks-Buccaneers on TV and Digital is up +5% versus Giants-Packers in Week 5, up +19% versus Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans in Week 4 from London this year, and up +63% versus last year’s Week 5 matchup from London between the New York Jets and Atlanta Falcons.
The three International games on NFL Network this season – Vikings-Saints, Giants-Packers and Seahawks-Buccaneers – were the three most-watched International games ever on the network.
Digital streaming across NFL digital platforms (including NFL+) delivered an average minute audience of 259K –the second-highest digital AMA on record for an NFL Network International game behind only Giants-Packers from Week 5 this year.
Live NFL games on NFL Network continue this season with a Week 15 Saturday tripleheader on December 17 (matchups to be announced at a later date) and the Las Vegas Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday, December 24 at 8:15 PM ET.
*TV+Digital number does NOT include OTA viewership for any game
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