New Zealand has won a record $30 million television rights deal with the World Rugby, marking the first-ever broadcast deal for the game in New Zealand.

The deal, which is worth $12 million per season for the first three years, will help New Zealand develop into a major rugby power in the world and help it maintain its position as the world’s biggest market for rugby.

“It’s a huge day for New Zealand Rugby,” New Zealand captain Jonathan Joseph said in a statement.

“This is the most exciting contract in rugby history and it is one of the most significant in history.””

New Zealand’s deal with World Rugby will be the first time the country has broadcast its rugby games in the U.S. for more than two decades, and the move to broadcast in the United States will provide New Zealand with a more international platform than its previous broadcast deal with Sky Sports.”

This is the most exciting contract in rugby history and it is one of the most significant in history.”

New Zealand’s deal with World Rugby will be the first time the country has broadcast its rugby games in the U.S. for more than two decades, and the move to broadcast in the United States will provide New Zealand with a more international platform than its previous broadcast deal with Sky Sports.

New Zealand was ranked No. 1 in the World Rankings, and in 2015 won the inaugural Rugby Championship in Australia.

New Zealand will be able to continue to broadcast on Sky Sports, which has a 20-year agreement with the All Blacks, while the deal with WRL will give the Rugby League All Blacks a home in New South Wales for the next two seasons.