After just one week of existence, the Alliance of American Football has changed owners.

Per business reporter Darren Rovell, Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon paid $250 million for the AAF and is now the owner and chairman of the league. While there have been two weeks of football played, the sale came after the first week.

The sale comes after the league failed to make payroll in Week 1. Players still haven’t been paid for their first game.

Launching a new sports league isn’t an easy venture, but struggling to make payments after one week isn’t a very promising sign. While the idea of having football in the winter and spring seems like a slam dunk, clearly there are questions about sustainability.

At the moment, things don’t look too promising for the future of the AAF.