The AFL are excited to announce that purchasers of their Live Pass will now be able to stream games on a tablet smaller than ever.
In an announcement, the AFL said "in 2017 live streaming picture size on Tablet will be shown at iPhone size due to new Broadcast Agreement. New features to come."
There is no word yet on the 'new features to come' but insiders say the AFL is trialling 'no sound,' 'black and white' and just charging subscribers but providing no vision at all.
"We know that fans found a full screen on the iPad too confronting and will be thrilled to pay $89.99 for an inferior picture to last season."
"We also thought it would be fun to let the fans find this out after they'd purchased it and are stuck with this.
"Of course, as always, you can pay a lot more and get Foxtel. You fans are made of money so that shouldn't be a problem. In fact, we at the AFL operate on the belief that everyone has Foxtel," said an AFL spokesperson.
Fans have reacted by saying 'this is the most AFL move in the history of AFL moves.'
Asked about fans’ anger, an AFL spokesperson said they are currently working out a way to tax fans for complaining.
“They never thank us. What about that time we made food prices at stadiums go from insanely expensive to pretty expensive?”
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