More Premier League games go free-to-air as the top-tier of British football returns from lockdown.
Amazon Prime Video managing director, sport, Alex Green, has confirmed via twitter that the OTT platform will make all four Premier League games it is due to stream free-to-air.
He said, simply: “Confirming that the four premier league matches given to Amazon in this season’s restart will be made available free to view for all in UK.”
Amazon Prime’s move means that 33 of the 92 Premier League games to be played this season will be free-to-air, either via Amazon Prime, BBC Sport, or Sky’s free-to-air ‘Pick’ channel.
The Premier League will re-start on June 17 with Manchester City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa vs Sheffield United, which will both be on Sky Sports.