How will we be able to see Ligue 1 in France at the start of the school year? Two weeks before the restart of the French football championship, Amazon, which has acquired the rights to surprise everyone this Tuesday, July 13, gives details: It will be necessary to be a member of Prime, the giant’s loyalty service e- commerce and, moreover, subscribe to a dedicated service for 12.99 euros per month, which can be canceled at any time.
“Prime Video League 1 Channel” Will happen “New Home of the Championship”, Comments Alex Green is responsible for buying the game rights for Amazon in Europe. This service will be available through Amazon’s video platform Prime Video. and 1 . was launchedis August, scheduled for Tel Aviv between PSG and Lille, on the occasion of the Champions Trophy. The match will be available to Prime subscribers at no additional cost.
So access to matches will cost 12.99 euros per month and Prime, which is 49 euros per year or 5.99 euros per month. This package entitles fast delivery of parcels purchased on Amazon.fr, but also for movies, series and shows in Prime Video, for music in Amazon Music, for video games, etc.
For Amazon, a new leading player in the game in France, time was running out. In addition, from July 24, the date of the resumption of Ligue 2, eight weekly matches of this championship will first appear on the site for ten weeks and the application team, As part of a partnership that also provides for Saturday evening multiplexes, broadcasts throughout the year on the newspaper’s television channel.
constitution of a team of writers
“We still have a lot to do”, Recognizes Mr. Green. Editorially, Amazon is in the process of building its own team of editors, cameramen and technicians, which will include “hundreds” Of the people Jeff Bezos’s company has already announced four figures on the air, often from Late Telefoot, the MediaPro channel: Thibault Le Roll, formerly of BeIN Sports, who covered Roland-Garros for Amazon, and Mediapro and Canal. Marina Lorenzo, formerly of the + channel, will be the presenter. Former BeIN Sports and Téléfoot alumni, Smal Bouabdellah and Julian Brun – also passed by TF1 for the Euros – will be commentators. of “specialist” Will be announced later. A plateau program dedicated to League 1 will be available to all Prime subscribers and will be broadcast on Sundays at 7 pm, advanced to 8:45 pm, before the flagship match on Sunday evenings.
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