Amazon says it will screen its three Premier League matches on the video gaming platform Twitch.
The parcels firm purchased Twitch in 2014 at a cost of $970 million.
It has three games from the restarted Premier League; Crystal Palace v Burnley (June 29), Everton v Southampton (July 6), and Watford v Newcastle (July 11).
Like Amazon Prime Video, the matches will be screened free-to-air.
Amazon secured the rights to 20 games a season during the current rights contract, allowing it the additional games that are being made available to broadcasters because coronavirus restrictions mean that fans are barred from entering football stadiums.
Sky Sports is showing 25 of its 64 games free on Sky’s Pick channel that is also available on the Freeview DTT platform.
The BBC will also air four games, the first live games the broadcaster has covered since the Premier League’s inception in 1992.