You come across so innocent as to what Amazon are, and the difference between them and other companies out there, that I honestly cannot even be bothered to formulate a detailed reply, it would take too long and I think it would be in vein anyway.
I’m not into game making, but if I were, I’d be supporting projects that are open source for the right reasons, I’d be supporting Godot and wouldn’t touch that Amazon stuff if I were paid to do so. It’s highly likely they open-sourced it after realising the ground Godot is making, in an attempt to crush it through starvation by using its power to promote its own “open source” project.
As you can see from the monopolistic games Amazon are known for, this is a favourite tactic of theirs.
Bricks and mortar bookstores are another example of this very tactic. They used their power and influence to put them out of business, and are now opening their own bricks and mortar bookstores - absolutely disgusting.
Amazon also wiped-out copies of Orwell’s 1984 from everyone’s swindle. There’s a reason for that, too, and the only reason there could possibly be for them doing so, should send shivers down your spine!
So have fun with Amazon, rather you than me, I’ll stick to Godot if I need to make games, and I’ll continue to avoid anything and everything that is even remotely connected to Amazon.