In the 2023 football season, the Amazon Prime Video service is the exclusive home of the Thursday Night Football games. Prime Video acquires the exclusive broadcast rights with $1 billion per year of Thursday Night Football from the 2023 season through 2033.
How much does Amazon Prime Video cost?
Amazon Prime Video subscription price is $14.99 a month or $139 a year for new memberships and $8.99 a month for current subscribers.
In order to receive the NFL on Prime Video or Twitch, customers create a login name and password. If the customer chooses Prime Video they must enter their credit card information, but if they log in on Twitch they must enter only their username and password.
What time does Amazon Prime Video start coverage?
NFL’s TNF Tonight is scheduled to start at 8:15 p.m. ET / 5:15 PM PT, however, Prime Video kicks off at 7 p.m. ET/4 PM PT each week.
What TNF Tonight game is on Amazon Prime Video today?
The Chiefs vs Lions game is scheduled for TNF Tonight on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday, September 07, 2023.
When did Prime Video start the TNF Tonight?
The streaming of the Thursday night football era has begin on April 4, 2017. During the 2017 inception of the streaming service, the NFL pulled out all the stops. The language feed included: Spanish, Portuguese, and British English. The international announcers were Tommy Symth and Ross Dyer. 2017 also featured Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer, the first female announcer group in NFL broadcast history. Other broadcasters for the Prime Video 2017 streaming season featured Tiki Barber and Chris Stone.
After the success of the NFL Prime Video streaming in 2017, the renewal for the 2018-2022 seasons started out with a $50 million dollar purse and an increase of $10 million thereafter.
The Amazon Prime Video executives also offered the NFL for their free subscribers on the platform Twitch. This gave access to every economic level and Amazon customers the chance to watch the NFL games on their smartphone or tablet and not miss a single play, tackle, line of scrimmage, or touchdown.
Technology has enabled the NFL to reach the masses. International and domestic fans can cheer together at each touchdown and enjoy seeing their favorite teams go to battle on the football field as they also listen to in-depth analysis from the most experienced broadcasters of the game.
Since 2017, the NFL has reached $1 billion dollars or more by streaming the Thursday night football game over Amazon Prime and sharing the increase over Twitter paying out $10 million.
Fans can watch games on their smartphones, tablets, or laptop because of the convenience of the streaming services Amazon Prime Video or Twitch.