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NBA League Pass Launches on Amazon Channels and It’s Free to Try until Dec 20

Amazon has added their first out-of-market sports streaming service to Amazon Prime Video Channels. Starting today, Amazon Prime members can order NBA League Pass, the league’s out-of-market live game subscription, featuring nearly 1,000 out-of-market games per year.

The NBA League Pass channels are available for $28.99 per month which matches the price directly from NBA.com — but you can now watch out-of-market games directly from Amazon Prime Video. While you won’t be able to watch nationally televised games on ESPN or TNT, you will be able to catch games from teams outside your city.

The service which is co-managed by the NBA and Turner has embraced streaming partnerships this season. Earlier this fall, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV, announced integrations with NBA League Pass to air games from their service.

As part of the announcement, Prime Members can get a free trial of NBA League Pass until December 20th. Click here to learn more and activate trial until December 20.