Prime Video and Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) announced a multiyear rights deal to stream 150 events. With this contract, Amazon and PBC will stream pay-per-view boxing events in the United States, with the first fight slated for March 2024.
Additionally, in the United States and select countries, Prime Video will exclusively stream a PBC Championship Boxing series of events, showcasing top matchups among boxing’s current and rising stars. Amazon says details on specific fights, dates, and locations will be announced at a later date. In addition to the live PBC events, Prime Video will continue to grow its Original sports content offerings, with behind-the-scenes PBC docuseries, live weigh-ins, as well as on-demand access to previous events, highlights, archival footage, and more.
Over the last few years, Amazon has slowly been growing its lineup of sporting events. Most notable is streaming Thursday Night NFL Football. It has also been reported that Amazon is working on deals to get NBA games when the contracts come up for renewal in 2024.
“We are thrilled to join with Premier Boxing Champions to bring the best boxers in the world to Prime Video, and to give more fans than ever the chance to experience these must-see events,” said Marie Donoghue, VP, U.S. sports content & partnerships, Amazon. “With live coverage of PBC action throughout the calendar year, Prime Video continues to bring viewers in the U.S. and around the world the best in sports.”
“Premier Boxing Champions is very proud to partner with Prime Video to showcase our world-class boxers and events. With Prime’s incredible reach and unprecedented marketing power, we’re very excited to reach new audiences for our sport as we continue to present the most exciting, competitive and biggest fights in Boxing,” said Bruce Binkow, CEO, Integrated Sports, exclusive agency for PBC.
These fights will be available on any device with a Prime Video app. Including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Google TV, iOS, Android, and more.