Sky, which has broadcast Premier League games since its inception in 1992, still holds the majority of packages of live-TV fixtures that are valued at £4.55bn.
It will show all 10 fixtures over one bank holiday of matches and another 10 during one midweek fixture programme.
The US company is the first to break up the previous dominance of Sky and BT Sport.
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Overall, the total pot of central revenues - domestic and global broadcast rights and sponsorship deals - will be distributed on a 1.8:1 basis, meaning the champions will earn 80 per cent more than the team that finishes last from 2019-20 onward.
The remaining rights to show another two rounds of midweek games were purchased by BT Sport for 90 million pounds ($121 million), giving it 52 live matches from 2019 to 2022.
The move means that Amazon will add Premier League coverage to its existing stable of sports rights including US Open Tennis, ATP World Tour Tennis events and NFL games, all now available to watch on Prime Video in the UK. Sky Sports remains dominant in the market, but the balance is shifting.
Amazon is not the only tech company hungry for live sports.
The best five of the seven United Kingdom broadcast packages for the Premier League were sold in February, with Sky paying £3.75 billion to acquire four, a 14 percent discount on its current deal. Prime costs the equivalent of $106 per year in Britain.
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The online retail behemoth and streaming service becomes the first over-the-top streaming service to successfully bid for exclusive Premier League rights and joins pay-TV rivals Sky and BT in next year's line-up of providers. It also adds to Amazon's growing list of sports rights in Britain, which include US Open tennis.
The deal is an important milestone for Amazon, but it represents only a fraction of the larger Premier League pie.
Under the new formula, the maximum a club can receive is 1.8 times the amount received by the lowest-earning club, the Premier League said in a statement.
"This new agreement will continue that trend with a subtle change that further incentivizes on-pitch achievement and maintains the Premier League's position as the most equitable in Europe in terms of sharing central revenues". "In addition, Prime members will be able to watch weekly highlights of all Premier League matches throughout the season".
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Djokovic sprinted out to 5-2 but was reeled back in to 5-5, having squandered three points for a double break in the sixth game. Cecchinato won on his fourth match point by hitting a backhand victor down the line as Djokovic tried to serve and volley.
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