By Samantha Highfill
June 03, 2015 at 04:10 PM EDT
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NFL addicts have been struggling with a major issue for some time now: What if they’re away from their televisions at the time of a game? Sure, they could record it—but then they’d have to avoid sporty spoilers until they get back to their couches. But there’s one thing that could change all of that: live-streaming.

The NFL just announced that it’s teaming up with Yahoo for the first-ever global live-stream of an NFL game. Specifically, when the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars play in the NFL’s International Series on October 25, fans around the world will be able to watch it live—and better yet, they’ll be able to watch it for free on any device.

This marks the first time the NFL has partnered with a company to live-stream a regular season game globally. Of course, the games will still be televised in both the Buffalo and Jacksonville markets at 9:30 ET.

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