The NFL has fixed its biggest video issue.
The NFL announced Tuesday that it’s back online for the season and that it will play Sunday night’s game between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN.
The problem started Monday, when ESPN and DirecTV began receiving outages across the league, causing viewers to experience slow-loading video.
The NFL, which had been expected to play its first game since December, was expected to be playing in a matter of days, but it was forced to postpone the game after the outage.
The National Football League said the NFL is working with the Department of Homeland Security to get video back online, but that it could take as long as two weeks for video to fully return.
The league said it will hold a news conference Tuesday morning to share more details about what went wrong.
The video problem affected more than 40 million subscribers and affected more players than the previous year’s games.