Amazon adds Premier League matches to Prime Video in UK
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«The Premier League is the most watched sports league in the world,» said Jay Marine, Europe’s vice president of Prime Video, said in a release. «Over these two December fixture rounds Prime members will be able to watch every team, every game, so no matter which Premier League team you support, you’re guaranteed to see them play live on Prime Video.»
Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images Amazon will be the only place for UK Premier League fans to watch 20 matches for the next three years, as the e-commerce giant widened its video ambitions with high-value sports programming in a football-crazed country.
This was all highly unusual, but still — Tranmere were saved. Journalists were delighted by the sight of the bespectacled 43-year-old chairman diving around in the training field mud, while players mischievously blasted balls at him.
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It’s no wonder Honda wants a slice of the pie — LCS is the premier league in North America. This year, the market research company predicts that figure will top $1 billion and keep growing into the next decade. Esports brought in an estimated $905 million worth of revenue according to data from Newzoo in 2018.
But live-sports rights are consistently among the priciest — and deep-pocketed tech companies bidding for them means the costs to broadcast live games could climb higher still. Last month, 미국농구중계 rival Amazon snapped up exclusive rights to Premier League matches in the UK, another deal signaling technology companies interest in establishing themselves as go-to places to watch sports around the world. Companies like Facebook, Amazon and Twitter have all turned to live sport as a way to claim the title of streaming heavyweight.
Its involvement stems from its long-standing bug bounty program, which pays up to $15,000 for security exploits of its systems. Currently, Tesla is the only auto manufacturer openly participating in such an event.
«Along with the net proceeds from the divestiture of the [Fox Sports Regional Networks], the sale of Fox’s Sky holdings will substantially reduce the cost of our overall acquisition and allow us to aggressively invest in building and creating high-quality content for our direct-to-consumer platforms to meet the growing demands of viewers,» said Robert Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, in a release.
Nick Miotke/Roadshow Most car manufacturers would dread the idea of someone hacking one of their vehicles, but Tesla has decided to go the other way and open up its software to a hacking contest called Pwn2Own in Vancouver. The winner will take home a Model 3.
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Home to popular franchises like X-Men, Deadpool, The Simpsons and more, Fox’s entertainment assets could benefit Disney significantly. In July, Comcast lost out to Disney in a bid to buy Fox. Disney is looking to launch its own streaming service by the end of next year.
In the 1980s it was more insular, as English clubs were banned from European competition throughout the second half of the 1980s, foreign players like Tottenham’s Argentine duo Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa were still a novelty, and there wouldn’t be a foreign manager until Dr Jozef Venglos left Czechoslovakia for Aston Villa in 1990. Mirrorpix/Getty Images Today’s game is full of players, managers and owners from other countries.
After a very expensive arthroscope, I said hello to crutches and a boot and a year out of the game. I applied outside Canberra, and moved to Sydney. During that time, I studied editing and publishing and started looking for work as a copy editor, an occupation previously unknown to me until I harassed my dad to help me find a job. My coach suggested yes, and I took that advice. My time at CNET began.
The 2019 event is being sponsored by Tesla, Microsoft, VMWare and is a part of the larger CanSecWest security conference. Now, 12 years later, Pwn2Own has become the premier event for white hats to test their skills against various types of software and win some cool stuff.
«Over the years we have added new targets and categories to direct research efforts toward areas of growing concern for businesses and consumers.» «Since 2007, Pwn2Own has become an industry-leading contest that encourages new areas of vulnerability research on today’s most critical platforms,» said Brian Gorenc, senior director of vulnerability research for Trend Micro, a software security platform.