The NFL has announced that it has teamed up with Amazon to give fans access to the streaming service’s Dynamic Dynamics service.
The Dynamic Dynamics team has partnered with Amazon’s Prime Music to give customers access to dynamic and dynamic-styled content through Amazon Prime.
With the new partnership, Prime Music customers will be able to stream the Dynamic Dynamics experience to their TV and other devices, including smartphones and tablets.
The team is comprised of some of the top players in the business and it is no surprise that the Dynamic Dynamism experience is an integral part of this new partnership.
The Dynamic Dynamics feature will be available to customers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico starting next week.
This is not the first time Amazon has partnered up with the NFL.
In 2014, Amazon launched a program called Prime Video to stream free live content from some of its content partners.
Amazon has also partnered with NFL players for exclusive video content.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated in 2014, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell explained that the partnership was the result of a mutual desire to support the NFL’s commitment to creating a better environment for players and fans.
In fact, NFL Players Association CEO DeMaurice Smith told ESPN in 2017 that the league is working with Amazon in order to create the best experience for players, fans, and employees.