The club has moved to outline the financial benefits of match-by-match iFollow video pass packages.
All streaming costs over the course of the 2020/21 campaign are being covered by the EFL, allowing clubs up and down the footballing pyramid to maximise iFollow revenue.
With packages for Sky Bet League Two fixtures, from a £10 video match pass, after VAT, the total amount of profit a club makes per pass is approximately £8.34.
The majority of the money for every match pass purchased by our fans for home league games goes to the club directly and helps us massively during these times.
Takings from the first 500 passes purchased by away club supporters go directly to the home club, with funds from each pass thereafter heading to the away side.
If anybody watches the game via illegal streams, ourselves and the opposition team make no money during a period of time when, as widely reported, income is low for EFL clubs.
To help the Iron financially and purchase an iFollow video match pass for the Iron's home Sky Bet League Two encounter with Cambridge United this weekend, click here.
PLEASE NOTE: The club and the EFL would like to take this opportunity to remind supporters that commercial streaming of any fixture via iFollow (in, for example, pubs, bars and restaurants) is strictly prohibited. There is no provision for this to be allowed in the immediate future.