Amazon Prime Football – how to watch THREE different Premier League games at same time

By | 4th December 2019
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THERE’s a new player in the world of Premier League broadcasting.

Streaming giants Amazon are weighing in alongside Sky and BT to show top-flight fixtures live in the UK – and continue their coverage with a bumper Boxing Day extravaganza with nine live matches on December 26.

Amazon signed a £90m agreement with the Premier League
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And here’s what to do if you want to watch more than one match simultaneously.

How do I watch three matches at the same time on Amazon Prime?

YOU can’t get Amazon on a normal TV channel, with all the matches instead delivered in a streaming format.

This gives the user an unparalleled level of control, but one that is still delivered through your TV by a variety of different devices.

You can use your Fire TV stick, games console, Smart TV, TV box, PC, laptop, tablet or mobile to stream Amazon Prime – and EVERY midweek game will be available on Wednesday, November 4.

Altogether, you can watch a maximum of three simultaneous streams on any of the above devices.

So you could have one game playing on your TV, another on your laptop and another on your tablet – with resolutions of up to 4K supported.

You can watch up to three matches at the same time on different devices
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There’s also a number of other features, including one which removes the commentary and gives you just crowd noises from the stadium.

To watch, simply download the Amazon Prime app on your supported device, login and select your stream.

If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, the service costs £7.99/month and also gives you a myriad of other benefits.

These include one-day delivery on all supported products from Amazon, plus the Prime TV and film library.

To grab a 30-day FREE trial of Prime, follow this link and sign up – you can cancel at any time within the 30 days.


Which games are live on Amazon in December?

26th December

27th December

This post written by jim sheridan originally appeared on Football news - transfers, fixtures, scores, pictures | The Sun. Read the full post here.

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