The Buccaneers at the Eagles contest on Thursday set a record for the second-most viewers of any regular-season game in recorded history.
Thursday’s game featured the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Philadelphia Eagles with a 28-22 Buccaneer win. The game was watched by 14.5 million across all platforms, which included NFL Network, NFL Digital, FOX, FOX Deportes, FOX Sports Digital, Twitch, Yahoo Sports Mobile, and Amazon Prime.
The average minute audience drawn in on Thursday was 1.5 million across digital streaming markets: Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL Digital, Bucs and Eagles mobile, FOX Sports Digital, and Yahoo Sports mobile. Amazon Prime and Twitch drew in 2.3 million combined viewers around the globe for the FOX pre and post-game shows, as well as the game. 2.1 million viewers around the globe watched the game on Prime Video or Twitch.
Next Thursday night, on October 21, the Cleveland Browns will host the Denver Broncos. Will you help set another viewing record?
*Source: The National Football League