Amazon Prime Video has revealed its pricing construction for its Ligue 1 protection, after it picked up the rights to 302 live matches-a-season, starting in August.
The streaming platform will cost €12.99 (£11.07) a month on prime of the €5.99 (£5.11) Amazon membership price for its Prime Video Ligue 1 Go. That is in distinction to the UK, the place Prime Video affords its Premier League protection to subscribers for no additional price – albeit with far fewer video games concerned.
Prime Video’s three-year deal for Ligue 1 contains rights to the ten prime choose matches for the season, in addition to 66 second and third picks, and a weekly highlights present that includes interviews and evaluation. For Ligue 2, it has reached a take care of terrestrial sports activities channel La Chaîne L’Équipe to indicate the primary ten rounds free of charge, earlier than all video games return to the subscription platform.
Managing director of Prime Video Sport Europe, Alex Inexperienced, advised Reuters: “We expect it’s a honest value. It is going to make watching soccer accessible each by way of prices and utilization.”
This information comes after fellow streaming platform DAZN selected to triple its subscription price in Italy after it gained the main broadcasting rights to Serie A, and will sign a pattern of upper costs for OTT platforms once they achieve premium rights.