Is the world's largest streaming service prepared for the most lucrative and well-liked sport in America?
The regular season of the National Football League begins on Thursday.
Millions of spectators will relax into their recliners to watch America's most popular and lucrative sport.
But a week later, a new, multibillion-dollar match will take place.
Viewers who want to watch "Thursday Night Football" will have to sign up to Amazon.com Inc.'s Prime Video streaming service starting September 15.
The game between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs is the league's first regular-season game in 11 years.
Amazon has agreed to pay $13 billion to become the sole home of "Thursday Night Football."
It's the first time a streaming service in the United States has won exclusive, season-long rights to NFL games.
It poses a significant challenge to major networks such as CBS, ESPN, NBC, and Fox, which have dominated televised sports for centuries.
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