You may have noticed a new logo on the back of your NFL game ticket that reads: NFL Access control.
This refers to the ACC network access control that controls access to all NFL video games.
ACC is also known as NFL Network, NFL Premium, NFL App, and NFL Mobile.
The ACC network is available to all fans on an individual basis, and the ACC does not limit access to specific games or applications.
The ACC allows access to any NFL game, regardless of how many people are in the seats.
The network’s primary function is to protect NFL games from unauthorized use by players and coaches.
It also prevents cheating.
The network allows fans to connect to the network and watch games on multiple devices at once, or to watch a game on a different device at once.
In most cases, the ACC will not block access to certain games or apps, such as an app that requires authentication and a game that requires the authentication of a single user.
The NFL’s ACC system is designed to help prevent the spread of illegal software that can compromise the integrity of the games and apps, and also to protect fans from unauthorized access.
The NFL uses the network for the following purposes:To provide the NFL with a centralized point of access to the NFL network, and to enable NFL fans to easily access NFL content, apps, games, and live events.
To protect the integrity and safety of the NFL Network and its networks.
To identify and prevent unauthorized use of the network, its networks, and networks of third parties, and protect the NFL’s intellectual property and other intellectual property rights.
To allow fans to access the NFL through the network in a way that is appropriate for their circumstances.
To provide the network access to a broad audience of fans, so that a broader range of users can enjoy the NFL experience.
To enhance the NFLs video game experience.
To allow fans access to games on different devices at the same time.
To improve the availability of content across devices.
To prevent a user from gaining unauthorized access to game data and network resources.
To prevent unauthorized users from gaining access to other user information.
To ensure a user is able to continue playing the game.
The following are the types of content that are not allowed to be streamed on the NFL networks.
These include games, games and content that require authentication, and content from third parties.
These are the same types of games and video games that you can purchase on a video game console.
The networks also require that the following content not be streamed:Network applications that use a user’s account or credentials to gain unauthorized access, including password cracking applications, or applications that allow an unauthorized user to access game data, or other network resources, or any third party’s content.
Network applications or services that attempt to compromise the security of the networks, or access data on other users’ accounts, or networks, of third party service providers.
Network services that provide a user with access to their account, such the NFL Live streaming application, or NFL.com’s NFL app.
This list is not exhaustive.
If you are a fan and want to watch your favorite NFL games or other content on the networks or in your area, it may be easier to buy your tickets from the NFL Ticket Exchange or the NFL App store.
The following is a list of the available networks and app stores.
If you would like to purchase a season ticket, please visit our Season Ticket Program page.
To see the network apps and networks that are available for purchase, visit the NFL app store, the NFL websites, or the games you can buy online.