FourFourSecond The most hotly contested game of the year is back for a fourth season.

The annual Super League is back with a bang and it’s been a bumper year for the game.

The NRL has been the biggest beneficiary of the surge in the popularity of the game and it has taken in an average of $4.6m in prize money for every game.

The average payout for the 2016 season was $3.1m.

However, the NRL’s Super League remains a low-level competition.

The competition is not as large as the NRL but its value is high enough to be a major revenue stream for the league.

The Super League has traditionally been a game for a select few who are able to make a living in the industry.

The NRL has made a concerted effort to bring in some of the best players in the world to the NRL to help it grow.

In 2016, the players were able to play for the best teams in the competition, including the Sydney Roosters, Cronulla Sharks, Melbourne Storm and Gold Coast Titans.

They also played for the most successful teams in history, winning the Super League title with a record-breaking $2.9m haul in prize dollars.

In total, the average NRL player earned $1.5m over the course of the season, up from $737,000 in 2015.

This year, there are more than $3m in awards available to the best NRL players.

The NRL is also trying to get the game into the mainstream by developing social media platforms to give players more access to their fans.

In 2016, players received a total of $1,637,908 in prize payments from social media, including a $250,000 cash prize and $100,000 through the NRL Player Awards.

The game has also become a huge hit with younger audiences.

According to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures, about 7 per cent of Australians aged between 12 and 24 play the game, which is down from 10 per cent in 2014.

The game has been growing at an annual rate of 5 per cent since 2011.

One of the biggest factors in this growth has been a rise in mobile devices.

The mobile gaming market is projected to reach $17.7bn by 2021.

This means that the Super Leagues success is likely to continue to increase in the future.