The English Premier League (EPL) has recently signed a record deal worth $8.45 billion with Sky Sports and TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport) for the domestic TV rights deal for the next four-year cycle. This is the largest media rights deal ever to be concluded in the United Kingdom, as per the league.
How much are the Premier League TV rights?
Premier League agrees new £6.7bn TV rights deal with Sky and TNT Sports. The Premier League has agreed a new deal with Sky and TNT Sports in which the competition will receive £6.7bn over four years for its UK television rights.
How much did TNT pay for Premier League?
The Premier League has agreed a new record £6.7bn UK TV rights deal with Sky Sports and TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport), to broadcast up to 270 live games a season. The new deal will come into play from the 2025-26 season, and will cover four years.
Who owns streaming rights to Premier League?
Comcast-owned Sky maintained its stranglehold on rights to the Premier League, securing four of five packages of live games. Warner Bros. Discovery-backed TNT netted the other package of rights.
Will Amazon buy Premier League rights?
Will Amazon buy more Premier League TV rights? Amazon has its current rights for next season too, but it has not renewed for the next cycle, which will run from 2025-26 to 2028-29 and was announced today. There are two main reasons why it has exited. Firstly, the Premier League has bundled the rights differently.
How much does it cost to see Premier League?
Its home is typically on BT TV as a successor to BT Sport, and you can pick it up through BT TV for £18 per month. There are other plans too, which includes the Big Sport package at £43 per month. This also includes Sky Sports to ensure you get the bulk of the Premier League live fixtures across the entire season.