The NFL has reportedly found a streaming partner for the Thursday Night Football package of games.
Bloomberg reports that Twitter has won the right to stream the games online during the 2016 season. There’s no word on the price that Twitter will be paying to secure the digital rights to the contests.
The league had been looking for a partner for streaming the games and several big companies were reportedly included in the bidding, although Facebook dropped out of the running recently. The league partnered with Yahoo to stream one of the games played in London last season and is expected to make a deal for streaming that portion of the schedule again this season.
CBS and NBC will each air five Thursday night games with NFL Network simulcasting those contests and broadcasting eight Thursday and late season Saturday games on its own.