There are no blackout restrictions during the Postseason.
Due to regional broadcasting rights in the UK and Republic of Ireland certain games and content are subject to weekly blackout restrictions.
Blackout games will be available for fans to watch on demand 24 hours after completion.
What will I see?
If you are trying to watch a blacked out live game or download content you will see the message:
'This video is not working or is not available in your region'.
What games are affected?
Two (2) games each Sunday during the Regular Season:
Sunday 29 November 2020
- Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts at 6pm BST/7pm CET
- Kansas City Chiefs @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 9:25pm BST/10:25pm CET
Selected live broadcasts will be blacked out in your area while the game is in progress. You will be able to watch them in the NFL Game Pass archives twenty-four (24) hours after their conclusion. These blackout restrictions apply to the Game in 40 and mobile archives of the selected games as well.
The broadcaster usually selects games by the Wednesday of each week, but this can vary.
What games are not affected?
- All Monday, Thursday and Sunday Night games
- All U.S. Thanksgiving Day games (Thursday 26 November)
- All Playoff games
Additional game restrictions may be added throughout the season due to regional broadcast rights.