The NRL will be distributing beta copies of the NRL app to players and supporters across the country on Monday, with the first two million players getting the app and the rest getting the NRL website.
The NRL is also making an effort to boost its social media presence with a number of new posts and social media tools, including a new video app, which will be available to users across the NRL.
The app has a unique feature which is to create a custom NRL Facebook profile, with users then sharing their personalised avatar with the NRL team.
The feature has been a long-standing NRL feature, which has enabled fans to interact with NRL players and teams on the official social media platforms.
It also means that fans can now interact with the team directly on the app, meaning they can see the team’s tweets and share their thoughts and feelings about the game.
The beta version of the app has been rolled out to more than 4 million players across the state, with those players who have signed up will be able to download it and the NRL will distribute the app to them on Monday.
The club has also updated its Twitter account to show the NRL’s new app on its official platform, with all the team tweets, including the new videos and player comments.
The new app will also include live statistics, along with the ability to comment on video highlights.AFL premiership player Sam Frost tweeted a link to the NRL video game, which is set to be released on Tuesday.
“I hope you can’t wait for the app.
It will be the best game on the planet.”
Frost’s tweet was retweeted more than 6,000 times.
The New South Wales Rugby League is also planning to release its app on Monday as well, which the club is calling the NRL Mobile App, but the app will not be available for purchase on the NRL store until at least the end of the week.
“The NRL Mobile app is available to download at no cost on Monday and we will provide a further update to the public on Tuesday,” a club spokesperson said.
“We will announce a launch date for the launch of the mobile app in the coming days.”
There will be a number to choose from across the states, with NSW and Queensland to be the first states to receive the NRL mobile app and we expect to see some players from all states to make the jump to the app as well.
“Fans who want to play the NRL on their mobile devices can do so as they normally would, but we want to ensure the app is as user-friendly as possible and make sure that there is no confusion on how to access the app.”
The NRL also said it would be giving away free NRL app keys for players who sign up to the game, but that it would not be offering any free keys for fans.