Having recently partnered with cellular company Verizon, Disney has announced yet another partnership. This time, the House of Mouse will work with Amazon to bring the former's Disney+ streaming service to the the latter's Fire TV devices.
According to Variety, those who own an Amazon Fire TV device and are also subscribed to Disney+ will see the streaming service integrated. Those who are subscribed to Disney+ will be able to log into their accounts, while those who have not yet subscribed will able to pay for the service directly using their Amazon accounts. Disney+'s TV and movies will also be available through the search function on the devices.
News of the partnership comes directly from Chairman and CEO Bob Iger following reports of Disney's incredible earnings for Q4.
Disney+ will be releasing with a ton of content at launch, including new series such as The Mandalorian. However, Disney+ isn't the only new service entering the highly competitive market. Most notably, Apple just released its own streaming service called Apple TV+ and has already renewed its first four exclusive series for second seasons.
Disney+ releases on November 12.