Prime Video’s live matches of the Autumn Nations Series will be available to UK licensed premises through a partnership with Sky Business, this October and November.
Prime Video’s Autumn Nations Series matches will be shown to licensed premises exclusively on the dedicated “Prime Video HD” channel #438 available via the Sky Programming Guide. The Prime Video HD channel will be available to licensed premises to showcase the world’s best teams across all four weekends of compelling international rugby, including, England, Wales, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Sky Business customers with an HD-capable set top box can order the Autumn Nations Series by visiting sky.com/business/autumnnations or calling Sky directly on 08442 414 661.
Non-Sky customers with a Sky HD-capable set top box and active Sky viewing card can also choose to show these matches by calling the number above.
“The Autumn Nations Series is set to feature the top-level competitive international rugby and it was important for us to continue the historic tradition of communal viewing in pubs and rugby clubs,” said Alex Green, MD Prime Video Sport Europe. “We’re really excited to deliver this experience to venues and customers in the coming weeks.”
Prime Video’s coverage of the Autumn Nations Series starts on 30 October, as Scotland take on Tonga at 2:30pm, followed by Wales v New Zealand from Twickenham at 5:15pm. Licensed premises will have access to 15 exclusively live games of Prime Video’s Autumn Nations Series fixtures.
The full set of fixtures available on PrimeVideoHD includes:
- Scotland vs Tonga
Coverage starts at 2:00pm for 2:30pm KO
- Wales vs New Zealand
Coverage starts at 4:30pm for 5:15pm KO
- Italy vs New Zealand (1:00pm KO)
- England vs Tonga (3:15pm KO)
- Wales vs South Africa (5:30pm KO)
- France vs Argentina (8:00pm KO)
- Scotland vs Australia (2:15pm KO)
- Scotland vs South Africa (1:00pm KO)
- England vs Australia (5:30pm KO)
- France vs Georgia (1:00pm KO)
- Wales vs Fiji (3:15pm KO)
- Scotland vs Japan (1:00pm KO)
- England vs South Africa (3:15pm KO)
- Wales vs Australia (5:30pm KO)
- France vs New Zealand (8:00pm KO)