NBC Sports Digital has announced a new "Premier League Pass" as part of its NBC Sports Gold streaming, an annual package for $49.99 that gets fans exclusive access to, among other things, 130 overflow
English Premier League games that were previously free but only available to cable subscribers. Here's what the deal means for EPL fans. If you're a cable subscriber ...
-- You'll still have exclusive access to 250 live games, including all of the big match-ups and derbies, that air on NBC, NBCSN, and CNBC, as well as online on NBCSports.com and the NBC
-- But you'll have pay $49.99 for the "Premier League Pass" with the other 130 live games that for the first four seasons of NBC's EPL coverage were available for free on
"ExtraTime." If you're a cord-cutter ...
-- You'll have access to 130 live games and other non-live programming that were previously unavailable but they come
at a price: pay $49.99 for the "Premier League Pass."
-- You still won't be able to watch the 250 live games, including all of the big matchups and derbies, that air on the NBC
The “Premier League Pass” will include:
-- At least three matches per Premier League club;
-- Replays of the other 250 games that aren't available
-- Shoulder programming -- studio shows, preview and review shows, recaps, games from the past, other EPL-themed series and shows, archive programming.
NBC Sports Gold
streaming offers streaming in other international sports such as cycling, rugby, track & field and motocross.