Amazon and the National Football League (NFL) have announced that Prime Video will stream a newly scheduled ‘Black Friday’ game the Friday after Thanksgiving Day.
The game will take place on Friday, November 24, 2023 with an expected kickoff time of 3 p.m. EST. The participating teams will be revealed once the NFL releases the schedule for next year.
Hans Schroeder, chief operating officer for NFL Media said: “Thanksgiving is synonymous with football, and we’re excited to give our fans another day of NFL action during this holiday weekend. Amazon is uniquely positioned to partner with us for this game as ‘Black Friday’ is one of the most important days of the year for their business.”
Adding to that, Jay Marine, global head of sports, Prime Video said: “Thursday Night Football has already proven tremendously successful on Prime Video, delivering millions of viewers every week, and we’re excited to expand our relationship with the NFL with the inaugural ‘Black Friday’ game, starting next year.
“Black Friday’ is the unofficial start of the holiday season, and we’re thrilled to kick it off with a gift for football fans across the country with this new game.”
Thursday Night Football (TNF) has started streaming exclusively on Prime Video from 2022. It made its debut on September 15 and will include 15 regular season games.
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