The XFL is back again, trying for a second time to be an off-season competitor to the National Football League in the United States. The second season began the week after the Super Bowl, on February 8, and the league’s owner — the WWE’s Vince McMahon — is hoping for better, more long-lasting results this time around. One positive thing McMahon and the league were able to do for this second go-around was securing broadcast rights from top partners. In the United States, games will be broadcast on ESPN and Fox Sports, and in Canada, the league secured a deal with TSN. Known for disrupting the industry, the XFL also struck a deal with DraftKings for both daily fantasy sports and sports gambling initiatives. Sports gambling is also something this operator focuses on.