The Premier League has terminated its most lucrative broadcast contract for overseas television rights.
All Premier League matches could be broadcast live in the UK until fans are allowed back into grounds.
The return of the Premier League to Sky Sports has given the broadcaster its most watched match in over three years.
Amazon says it will screen its three Premier League matches on the video gaming platform Twitch.
Sky has reached a series of agreements with sports rights bodies that will cut its expenditure as the broadcaster looks to offset losses after coronavirus hit its live schedules.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has met with chief executives from the Premier League, EFL and Football Association ahead of a potential restart of professional football in June.
The Premier League is drawing up plans for a dedicated streaming service.
NENT Group has acquired the exclusive rights to broadcast the Premier League in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland from 2022 to 2028.
Amazon’s coverage of the Premier League has extended its reach to nearly three quarters of domestic fans, according to Ampere Analysis.
From the 2019/20 season, German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will show the top match of the week from the UK’s Premier League live in Ultra HD (UHD/4K).