St George Illawarra's, NRL.com, the 15 other clubs, NSWRL and QRL's digital assets have been relaunched to give fans the best coverage of the greatest game of all.
The NRL Network will feature more articles, more videos, more podcasts, more images, more stats and more features on all the digital assets.
All 19 sites have been re-designed to give fans a premium experience with a cleaner look and improved navigation.
Create an NRL Account, and your Inside Pass will get you closer to the game. With a single, free account, you can experience all the features of the new NRL Digital Network.
In 2018 there will be exclusive Inside Pass features and content available only to My NRL Account holders including extended highlights and full match replays.
With your NRL Account, you can play the new-look NRL Fantasy 2018 and NRL Tipping for free. In 2018, the game has changed for NRL Fantasy, and the brand-new tipping app will make it quick and easy to get your tips in on time.
Your NRL Account will enable you to get the latest news and highlights from your favourite club's website and app. Plus, secure great seats with access to special NRL ticketing offers.
It's quick and easy to sign up or simply use your Facebook or Google ID to create your NRL Account.
NRL Chief Executive Todd Greenberg confirmed this was one of the biggest and most significant projects the game had ever undertaken and thanked Telstra for its continued support and partnership throughout the process.
"This is an exciting day for rugby league and is part of our ‘fan-first’ approach," Mr Greenberg said.
"Within a single, high-speed and personalised network, fans can access the latest club and player news, receive offers on the best-priced tickets and merchandise for matches and events and live-stream NRL games via the official app."
NRL Chief Digital and Data Officer Rebekah Horne said the new NRL Network provided the game with the ability to deliver greater levels of real-time content to fans, as well as providing enhanced commercial capabilities for clubs, states and sponsors.
"We've seen many sports both nationally and internationally develop their own product and service offerings as fans continue to consume, comment and share content as it happens," Ms Horne said.
"There has been a lot of collaboration across the game leading to today's launch. The first thing we did when we started this process was talk to our fans. We wanted to hear from them as to how we could better provide a compelling entertainment experience, as well as get closer to the game they love.
"Today is the start of a continued listening and engaged network and we look forward to delivering a range of experiences and content that our fans, partners and stakeholders want."
Along with the new-look websites, the 19 apps for the NRL, clubs and states have been upgraded and are available on iOS and android.
You'll also be able to sign up for an NRL Account on the apps to unlock extra features, access more stories and receive special ticketing offers and much more.
Rugby league – it all lives here on the new NRL Digital Network.