The NRL is on the verge of changing the game, and the NRL is not one to back down from a fight.
The game is on track to be one of the most successful in history, and it’s about time.
The AFL, which has been trying to bring its game into the digital age for years, has now decided it will go the opposite way.
It’s also about time, too.
The NRL has been a huge driver of innovation in the sport, but the AFL has been far more dominant.
The two leagues have been trying for years to create a digital model for their competitions, and in 2016 the AFL released a detailed plan outlining the digital model.
It is a huge leap forward for both leagues, but there are still a lot of ways to go before digital football can become the standard.
There is a big difference between the two leagues’ plans.
The NFL is a digital platform for its games, and while the AFL is taking a more incremental approach, it’s also planning on releasing more detailed information about how it will be able to create the digital version of its games in the future.
The league has released a blueprint outlining how it hopes to create an online and video-on-demand version of the game as part of a new $3.5 billion TV deal.
The blueprint says the league will work with “experienced digital game development and delivery partners” to develop a “digital football game” that will be “the most comprehensive, innovative and sustainable in the industry”.
The NFL has also been a leader in digital rights management, and will be working with rights holders to create “game content that is exclusive to digital platforms”.
This new vision for the future is very different to what the NRL had.
The new vision doesn’t go far enough in terms of digital rights for the NRL, and if the league wants to retain its place as the king of the digital football game, it will need to get more involved in the digital world.
The Australian Rugby League has made a number of decisions that are likely to see the game become more popular in the next two to three years.
The plan is for the AFL to follow the NRL’s lead, and release a full-length digital game in 2019.
This would be a big step in the right direction for the game.
It would be good to see a game with a high degree of quality and play a part in the AFL’s long-term strategy, but for now it is unclear whether it will happen.
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