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IFL to Offer Live-Stream of all Games Through 2015 Season

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By Indoor Football League Media Relations

GRAND ISLAND, NE - The Indoor Football League announced the launch of IFLLIVE.TV for the start of the 2015 season.  Starting February 28, 2015, IFL fans will have the opportunity to watch every game live on a fully integrated, digital platform that will deliver every regular and postseason game powered by America ONE Sports and EverSport.tv.

“The IFL is very excited to partner with America One and Eversport.TV to create IFLLive.tv.  This new service will make a faster, more efficient online viewing experience for all of our fans across the country,” said IFL Commissioner Michael Allshouse.

All of the games will be available on multiple platforms, including traditional web browsers on PCs, tablets and mobile phones using the iOS and Android operating systems.  IFLLIVE.TV includes responsive web technology ensuring an optimal viewing experience on any device.  With IFLLIVE.TV, fans can take their team wherever they go.

“America ONE Sports, in partnership with EverSport.tv, is excited to continue our partnership with the Indoor Football League,” said Alexander “Sandy” Brown, Chief Executive Officer and President of America ONE Sports and ONE World Sports.  “IFLLIVE.TV will offer a first-class experience to Indoor Football League fans on every digital platform.”

Live games will be available to viewers through the following subscription packages:

*Season Pass ($110): View every game live with a season pass, allowing access to all 73 games including the playoffs and the United Bowl Championship Game.

*30-day Pass ($35): View every game live for 30 days from the point of purchase.

*Day Pass ($10): Live 24-hour access from the point of purchase.

The 2015 Indoor Football League season will kick off Saturday, February 28, 2015 with three games, including the Tri-Cities Fever hosting the Billings Wolves.