Last year, the National Football League experimented by letting Twitter livestream 10 Thursday night games. This year, pro football will continue the test, but will switch it up: Amazon has bought the rights to the league’s streaming package, and will offer the games for free to its Amazon Prime subscribers around the world. Amazon is paying around $50 million for the 10 games it will show next fall. That’s a big increase from the $10 million Twitter paid for last year’s games. Read more at recode.