The Australian Kangaroos and All Blacks are on track to play in a Hybrid Rugby match.
The Daily Telegraph reports the match is slated for 2019 with each governing body set to earn $10 million out of a projected total profit of $50 million.
Hybrid Rugby chairman Phil Franks says the All Blacks are interested as is NRL boss Todd Greenberg who met with Franks who has also been in contact with ARL chairman John Grant.
Possible dates for the game have already been slated with Tokyo in line to host the match after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
“I had a formal discussion with the New Zealand Rugby Union and they were really interested,” Franks told the Daily Telegraph.
“They stipulated they wanted to see an elite-class game.
“We are absolutely confident we can put it together. This game will be worth $50m. It will be just as big as the final of the World Cup.
“My view is that the teams will share the revenue. They will be getting the lion’s share of the money.”