The NFL’s Sunday Ticket package will go to streaming from the 2023 season.

The league announced Thursday it has reached an agreement with Google to have its regular-season game package available exclusively on YouTube TV and YouTube premium channels.

While official terms of the agreement were not announced, Ken Belson and Benjamin Mullin of the New York Times reported Google previously discussed paying the NFL $2.5 billion per year, plus “additional payments based on the number of YouTube subscribers that Google is able to add” along with other performance benchmarks.

DirecTV has been the home for Sunday Ticket since 1994. The satellite company signed an eight-year pact to retain the exclusive rights to the service in October 2014, with the NFL receiving $1.5 billion annually.

There has been speculation for months about where Sunday Ticket would land with DirecTV’s deal set to expire after the 2022 season. Disney, Apple and Amazon were said to be among the companies in the bidding.