The NFL has renewed its partnership with Amazon Prime Video to deliver a live OTT digital stream of Thursday Night Football, Presented by Bud Light to a global audience for the 2018 and 2019 NFL seasons. Amazon Prime will stream all 11 Thursday Night Football games broadcast by FOX in 2018.
The games will be available to over 100 million Amazon Prime members worldwide on the Prime Video app and online. Prime Video will feature an interactive viewing experience that bring fans closer to the game, which will also be available to Twitch viewers.
"Amazon was a tremendous partner for Thursday Night Football in 2017 and as we continue our mission of delivering NFL games to fans whether they watch on television or on digital platforms, we are excited to work with them again for the next two seasons,” said Brian Rolapp, Chief Media and Business Officer for the NFL.
The NFL and Amazon first partnered for distribution of Thursday Night Football during the 2017 season.
The multiyear renewal continues a strong partnership between the NFL and Amazon which also features the Emmy-winning Prime Original Series All or Nothing, produced by NFL Films.
The 2018 slate of games begins Week 4 when the Los Angeles Rams host the Minnesota Vikings in a matchup of two playoff teams from 2017.
For more information, including ways to watch, visit Thursday Night Football’s website.