Why the Champions League is now running on Amazon

BerlinIt’s getting complicated for football fans: Sports enthusiasts have only just learned that they can subscribe to Sky and DAZN need to follow a complete Bundesliga weekend on the screen. Now the Champions League, Europe’s largest club competition, begins on Tuesday – at Amazon. If you want to see the game between FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich, you still need a subscription to the US giant.

As if the sports rights market were not confusing enough, the online mail order company is now also making a big move. Customers with a so-called Prime subscription can watch a total of 16 Champions League games on Amazon, which broadcasts a top game on Tuesday, mostly from a German club. The other games are shown by the DAZN streaming service. Pay TV channel Sky, on the other hand, is left empty-handed.

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