NBA to offer single game pay-per-view for $6.99

The NBA is ramping up its on-demand offerings.

Next season, fans can buy individual out-of-market games for the first time, the league confirmed to CNBC on Wednesday. Viewers can purchase a single game for $6.99, where previously they could only buy all out-of-market games for a season.

LeBron James drives against DeMarre Carroll of the Atlanta Hawks
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The pay-per-view option, which was first reported by ESPN, will be available on broadband for computers, tablets and mobile devices. It was not immediately clear which cable operators would offer single games.

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Fans can also buy all of a team's games for $119.99. The full League Pass—which includes all out-of-market games—will still cost $199.99.

— CNBC's Jessica Golden contributed to this report

Update: This story has been updated to reflect that it was not yet clear which cable operators would offer single games.