That is my dog Bender.
- Nov 29, 2003
There are a lot more potential subscribers for NFLST then those who cannot get DirecTV, there are about 65 million more households that pay for TV from other Traditional Providers ( Comcast, Charter, Dish, etc), then another 50’ish million households ( out of 128.45 million households in the US) that do not pay for Traditional Service ( cord cutters and the like).NFL superfans are going to get NFLST if they can - the only subscribers Directv is missing are those who can't get satellite because they live in an apartment building or something.
Also, we do not how much Amazon will charge for it, for both consumers and businesses ( Bars and the like), all of that will affect how many subs they can get.
By the way, I live in a house, can get DirecTV if I want, choose not to ( have 10 TVs and 1 Projector, would hate to pay all those box fees), but plan on subscribing to Sunday Ticket when Amazon gets it.