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Thursday Night Football is Returning to Amazon and Twitch

Thursday Night Football is coming back to Amazon Prime and Twitch, giving fans an opportunity to interact while they watch games every week.

Games will start streaming on the platform on September 26, with the Eagles vs Packers game. Then, every Thursday night games will stream live, and for free on Twitch’s /primevideo channel. In addition to the normal live streams, Twitch is also setting up a co-stream option for each game. Join an existing community of Twitch users to watch the game together and keep the conversation going, play by play.

“We’re revolutionizing the way football fans stream Thursday Night Football and allowing Prime members to personalize how they watch and hear the game,” said Marie Donoghue, Vice President of Prime Video Sports. “There’s something for every football fan — from deeper gameplay analytics at their fingertips, to differentiated commentary, to the ability to easily discover and watch on any device, anywhere in the world. We think both longtime sports fans and those new to the game will love watching and engaging with TNF on Prime Video and Twitch.”

Looking for football commentary? NFL Next, a new 30-minute live show available exclusively on Prime Video at 7:00 PM EST each Thursday and produced by NFL Films, will provide viewers with fresh insight and smart commentary from two-time Super Bowl Champion Chris Long, NFL Network’s Kay Adams and Next Gen Stats expert James Koh.

Here’s the full schedule of games that will stream on the Prime Video channel on Twitch, beginning this week.

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