Amazon’s Prime Video gets exclusive rights to NFL ‘Black Friday’ game in 2023 –
Sydney, November 19, 2017: Amazon has signed a multi-year agreement with the National Football League (NFL) for exclusive rights to broadcast and stream the League’s 2019 Black Friday game between the New York Giants and the Los Angeles Rams in New York.
Amazon has also granted NFL rights to stream the NFL game in more than 200 countries, the world leader in Prime Video offers a broad array of premium content that includes the NFL RedZone channel, Prime Video Original Series and the NFL RedZone game.
Prime Video’s on-demand content includes more than 5,050 films and TV shows, including acclaimed originals such as “The Grand Tour,” “The Walking Dead,” “Parks and Recreation” and “True Detective.”
The NFL game will be available for streaming via both the Amazon Fire TV (8th Gen) and Fire TV (7th Gen), on the Amazon Fire TV (6th Gen) on Nov. 15, 2019.
In a signing ceremony today, NFL Executive Vice-President and Chief Marketing Officer Jonathan Kraft was on hand to sign the agreement with Amazon. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Team President and Chief Revenue Officer Jeff Pash will also be in attendance.
“We’re thrilled with the deal for Amazon, an amazing company that is transforming the way consumers watch and buy new digital entertainment,” said NFL Executive Vice-President and Chief Marketing Officer Jonathan Kraft. “We think the NFL game streaming will be compelling for Amazon’s customers, and that will create great value for the game-day experience for fans.”
“The NFL has had a great partnership with Amazon, and we’re excited to add Prime Video to that partnership,” said Jeff Pash, NFL Team President and Chief Revenue Officer. “Amazon customers know how to get the best value from on-demand content, and the NFL is happy to let them do it again.”
The first NFL game to stream on Amazon Prime Video will be the next one, which will air on Thanksgiving Day, Thanksgiving Day next year, and Thanksgiving Day next year