This week Amazon and the PGA announced that the PGA Tour Live streaming service is coming to Amazon Prime Video Channels. You will soon be able to manage your PGA Tour Live subscription through Amazon. Subscriptions will start at $9.99 a month or $64.99 a season.
With your PGA Tour Live subscription, you get access to extra live coverage of select PGA events. Starting December 16, 2018, and running through December 31, 2019, you will get live streams, detailed scoring, and statistics. After each day you will get speed rounds for each featured player giving you a quick shot by shot look at your favorite golfer.
The PGA Tour Live announcement comes about a week after Amazon Prime Video Channels added NBA League Pass. With these additions Amazon Prime Video Channels now allows Prime members to manage their subscriptions to over 100 streaming services such as CBS All Access, Showtime, and HBO Now in a single place.
Other companies are rumored to be working on their own Amazon Channels services. From Roku to Facebook, numerous companies are trying to make managing multiple subscriptions easier. For now Amazon Channels has become the leader when it comes to helping cord cutters manage subscriptions.
No date has been set for when PGA Tour Live will come to Amazon Prive Video Channels but look for it to happen soon.
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