Prime Video Channels will launch beIN SPORTS – Today, Prime Video announced a partnership with beIN SPORTS, which will see the service become available to Prime members on Prime Video Channels in Australia.

beIN SPORTS will launch on Prime Video Channels in the coming weeks and will be the first standalone live sports channel for the service locally. Prime Video Channels allows customers to get even more out of their Prime membership by adding the channels they love for a monthly subscription fee, with the convenience of a single-account login and user experience, which can be cancelled at any time.

At $14.99 AUD per month, the beIN SPORTS service with Prime Video Channels is the destination for international football, tennis, and rugby enthusiasts, offering over 3,500 live events per year, including a wide array of live and on-demand football content, like Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, English Football League with events like the Carabao Cup Quarter-Finals, Scottish Professional Football League, Africa Cup of Nations, and more. Fans can catch thrilling tennis events, encompassing the ATP and WTA tours, and European Rugby Union in Australia.

“This new partnership with beIN SPORTS is an exciting step forward for Prime Video’s sports offering, and gives our customers more choice of the best live and on-demand sports, all in one place,”

– said Hushidar Kharas, head of Amazon Prime Video Australia and New Zealand.

“We know our Australian customers are obsessed with live sport, and the add-on of beIN SPORTS via Prime Video Channels will unlock thousands of marquee events for football, tennis, and rugby enthusiasts. I cannot wait for the service to launch in the coming weeks”

“This partnership with Prime Video Channels marks a significant milestone for beIN SPORTS as we  continue to enhance the sports viewing experience for fans in Australia. Through this exciting alliance, we are not only expanding our reach but also ensuring that the sports community have unparalleled access to our premium and exclusive sports coverage,”

– said Mike Kerr, managing director, beIN Asia Pacific.

“We remain deeply committed to serving the passionate fans in the region and look forward to working closely with Prime Video Channels to reach new audiences and elevate engagement by providing a top-notch sports entertainment experience.”

Prime Video Channels benefits for Prime members include:

  • Selection
    • Tens of thousands of new titles
    • Access to live TV, sports, and on-demand content
    • Latest episodes of popular TV shows available same day or day-after broadcast
  • Customer control
    • Easy to subscribe and watch
    • Free trials on all channels
    • Download to-go for select on-demand content
    • Easy to cancel at any time
  • Seamless experience
    • Single login account and billing method
    • Easy to find content, all housed within the Prime Video app
    • Streamlined watchlist and consolidated search and browse

Prime Video Channels is available via the Prime Video app to watch anytime, anywhere in Australia on supported smart TVs, Android mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and more. For a full list of capable devices, please visit www.primevideo.com/help.

Prime Video Channels is part of the growing list of benefits for Prime members in Australia, which include fast as one day shipping on Prime-eligible orders, Amazon Music, Prime Reading, Prime Gaming exclusive deals, and more. Prime Video Channels’ offering in Australia adds to the channel partnerships available through Prime Video Channels in the U.S., UK, India, Japan, Canada, and multiple markets across Europe and Latin America which, when combined, give Prime members access to more than 300 channel subscriptions that can be added to their membership.

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Prime Video Channels will launch beIN SPORTS

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Prime Video Channels will launch beIN SPORTS
Prime Video Channels will launch beIN SPORTS
Prime Video Channels will launch beIN SPORTS
Prime Video Channels will launch beIN SPORTS