Amazon Is Set To Pay $120 Million To Exclusively Stream Playoff Game In 2024

NFL fans might not like it but they better get use to having at least one playoff game be excessively streamed every year.

Following the success Peacock saw from exclusively hosting this year’s Dolphins-Chiefs AFC Wild Card Game, Amazon Prime Video is next in line to exclusively-stream a 2024-25 playoff game and they are backing up the brink trucks to make it happen.

According to Front Office Sports Michael McCarty, Amazon is paying the National Football League $120 million for the rights to the broadcast.

The $120 million is an increase from the $110 million Peacock paid the league this year.


It’s only a matter of time before the NFL has one of these streaming services exclusively broadcast a Super Bowl.