Amazon Prime Video will broadcast three further Premier League games in the 19/20 season, and will be back in action this Thursday as Everton host Southampton in Premier League action at 6pm in a mid-table clash.
Viewers in the UK will have the choice to watch Prime Video’s live Premier League fixtures for free on live streaming service Twitch, as well as on Prime Video via the Prime Video app on connected devices.
On Twitch, fans can choose to either watch the content on the Prime Video channel (https://www.twitch.tv/primevideo) or can watch through their favourite streamers who will be costreaming the match. Costreamers will act like commentators while also engaging with fans through Twitch’s unique chat feature.
Participating costreamers include:
- Josh Bradley aka Zerkaa: https://www.twitch.tv/zerkaa
- Jamie Bateson aka Bateson87: https://www.twitch.tv/bateson87
- Tobi Brown aka Tbjzl: https://www.twitch.tv/tbjzl
- Callum Airey aka Calfreezy: https://www.twitch.tv/calfreezy
- Benjamin Spragg aka Spraggy: https://www.twitch.tv/spraggy
Commenting on this opportunity, Jamie Bateson said, “This has been an amazing opportunity to be a part of. Watching the games live with our communities is an awesome thing for everyone involved.”
All Prime Video fixtures will have full pitch side, a pre-match build-up with presenters and guests, including Gabby Logan, Roberto Martinez and more. This on-screen talent will maintain social distancing throughout and be joined in the stadium by a two-person commentary team, including Clive Tyldesley, Peter Drury, Alan Shearer and more, as well as match reporters to get reactions from players and managers before and after the game.
Customers will also have the option to enable the full-crowd Stadium Atmosphere feature on all Prime Video fixtures. Viewers will have the choice to enable this crowd audio to run alongside match commentary during Prime Video’s remaining 2019/20 fixtures. This crowd audio was developed by EA Sports and recorded in real stadiums during previous live matches.
For those who miss the action as it happens or wish to relive the game’s best moments, edited match highlights and goals will be available for customers to view on Prime Video shortly after the final whistle. In addition, full re-runs will be available from midnight for each match.
To watch Amazon’s fixtures free of charge on Prime Video, a Prime membership is not required. To access these fixtures on Prime Video without a Prime membership, users can create an Amazon account for free at Amazon.co.uk. All customers using an Amazon account will be able to watch these fixtures live and completely free of charge on Prime Video.
Simply sign-in and watch for free on the Prime Video app on Smart TVs, mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets, Xbox, PlayStation, on Virgin’s V6 TV Box, the Talk Talk TV set-top box, Apple TV, Chromecast, BT TV or online. For a list of all compatible devices visit amazon.co.uk/watchanywhere.