YouTube has rolled out a dark mode for NFL games.
The NFL announced Tuesday that users will no longer be able to see “random” content such as game highlights and the score.
The team said that the dark mode is designed to reduce the amount of time people spend in front of the TV screen and keep them from drifting into “gaming mode” when they don’t want to be distracted.
There are also some limitations to the feature, like it only works on Android phones, so if you want to try it out on other platforms, you’ll have to go through the hoops.
The feature will not work on iOS, but the NFL has confirmed that its Android app will soon be available.
“We know you’ll love it, and we’re excited to share it with you,” the team said in a statement.
“If you want a fun and immersive experience, then turn it on now.”
The NFL’s Dark Mode was initially rolled out to its mobile app last year, but has since been made available to its live game streaming service, which is also available for Apple and Android devices.
The move is a big win for the NFL, which has long complained that it doesn’t have the resources to fix bugs and make its games more user-friendly.
The app also includes a dark option for NFL highlights, which was previously only available on some of the league’s other video-on-demand platforms.
But the team has been unable to fix that issue, according to a source who spoke to Ars.