On streaming there is no need to be all stand alone slots. You could stream three games at once and have viewers choice. Most probably watch on catch up or minis now anyways. If you've got 200k subscribers doesn't matter if 100k are watching one game and 100k are watching the other, as long as all 200k are still paying their subs.How many casuals are really going to watch on a Monday after primetime games on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and then sunday afternoon? 5 days of games is great for us who watch a lot, but it's oversaturated for most people. Adding Monday would either hurt the ratings of other primetime games, or will kill the ratings for the 2nd half of the season once everyone is burnt out
EPL = 7 games saturday, 2 on sunday and 1 on monday
NFL = 1 thursday and monday, the rest on sunday half of which are at the same time
NBA every day, but their nationally televised games only get 1-2m
Apart from NBA/MLB etc where teams play a thousand games each, what sports spread their games over such a large portion of the week? And do any of them have high ratings?