AMAZON PRIME returns TODAY with more action in the Premier League than Everton hosts Man City.
The streaming giants made an outstanding debut last season. Fans praised the available HD picture and sound options.
A £ 90m deal signed with the Premier League will show 20 games per season in the UK for the next three years.
How do I watch it?
Current and new Prime members can watch Premier League matches on a variety of devices.
This includes the Prime Video app for mobile devices, Fire TV, game consoles, Virgin’s V6 TV box, BT TV, TalkTalk TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and online.
Fans can even catch the action on Prime Video in 4K Ultra HD at no additional cost.
What are the technical requirements?
To watch Amazon Prime, you need a broadband connection of at least 1MB to stream one standard definition game at a time.
As the quality increases, so does the load on your internet connection – and it is advisable to have an unlimited package with your ISP.
You may need a 4MB connection to stream in HD or 25MB (preferably fiber optic) to watch in 4K Ultra HD.
The Prime app is integrated in many smart TVs. Make sure you are connected via WiFi or an ethernet cable to get the most out of your connection and avoid possible buffering issues.
You can watch up to three games at the same time on different devicesPhoto credit: PA: Press Association
How can I watch it for free?
Non-members can start a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime that gives them access to all promotions.
You can then cancel at any time.
Amazon Prime then costs £ 7.99 a month or £ 79 a year.
What additional features are included in Amazon Prime?
Fans can immediately see every goal from every game in the goal center if several games have taken place.
Amazon Prime members can stream up to THREE Matches on different devices at the same time.
Each game has its own on-screen experts, building and post-game analysis.