Amazon Prime Video unveils a roster of leading experts, presenters, and commenters for Roland-Garros coverage this May !
On Monday, March 22nd, Amazon unveiled the first names of the consultants, presenters, and commentators who will accompany Roland Garros’ live broadcast on Prime Video in 2021 in France. More characters will be announced as the tournament approaches!
This team consists of advisors from symbolic personalities of French tennis such as Amelie Moresmo, Marion Bartoli, Fabrice Santoro, Patrick Muratoglu, Arnaud Clement, Paul Henri Matteo, Pauline Parmentier, With more names to be announced soon. They will share their match analyzes throughout the tournament, from the Prime Video studios installed above the famous Philippe-Chatrier Stadium.
Tipu Le Rule and Clementine Sarlat Featured bidders will be in two weeks. Frederic Verder and Sarah Petkowski He will comment on the main posters, whileAntoine Benito and Benoit Daniel He will have a field journalist role on the arcade of Roland-Garros.
The competition will start live on Prime Video on May 23 and continue until the men’s final on June 6, while the first evening broadcast of the match will take place on May 24.. Thanks to broadcasting on Prime Video, your subscribers will be able to Discover, exclusively and live, the night matches, at 9 pm every evening, which will be the most beautiful poster of the day. In addition to the live broadcast of the matches, thePrime members will be able to watch a before and after night show on any match day. It will also be broadcast exclusively to subscribers All matches are played at Simon Matteo Stadium And alive, The semi-finals and finals are women’s and men’s singles, women’s and men’s doublesAs well as the highlights of the tournament.
“We have pledged our president’s members in France to provide them with high quality broadcast matches as we have the rights to the Roland-Garros Championship in 2019,” he explains. Alex Green Managing Director of Prime Video Sport in Europe. “The first names we revealed confirm that we are fully committed to fulfilling our commitments – and this is only the beginning. We are very excited to be the exclusive and live anchor of the evening sessions for Roland Garros, and we have ambitious plans for a live broadcast that will complete the broadcast of the match. We will release new announcements soon.”
The broadcast of Roland-Garros on Prime Video in France is one of the many planetary sporting events to be broadcast on the platform such as Premier League (England), US Open, ATP / WT tennis tournamentsA (UK / Ireland), UEFA Champions League matches (Germany / Italy), Cricket tournaments (New Zealand / India) etc. All of that stuff is in addition to the original sports documentary series All or Nothing Sports from Amazon, such as All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, and All or Nothing Seasons for the Carolina Panthers football team. The Los Angeles Rams, Dallas Cowboys and Michigan Wolverines are currently available on Prime Video worldwide. In France, Prime Video already offers sports documentaries for sports fans such as Grand Prix Driver, Hannah Grant Eat.Race.Win, Six Dreams, Les Bleus2018: Au Cœur de l’Epopée Russe, Le Mans and Varane: Destin de Champion which was announced Recently.
Prime subscribers will be able to watch Roland-Garros anywhere and anytime on the Prime Video app Compatible with Smart TVs, Mobile Devices, Fire TV Media Gateway, Fire TV Stick, Fire Fire Devices, and Apple TV. They will also be able to watch it live on primevideo.com and on Bouygues Bbox Miami, BBox 4K, Freebox Delta, One, Mini 4K, POP, Revolution, La Box SFR Fiber, SFR Box Plus, SFR Box 8 and Orange STB.4 boxes. And 5, in addition to the Orange TV key. Prime Video is available in France and is included in the Amazon Prime subscription for 49 € per year (or 5.99 € per month). Those interested can subscribe to learn more at amazon.fr/prime and take advantage of a one-month free trial.
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