DIRECTV FOR BUSINESS and Prime Video have reached an agreement to distribute the full slate of 20 New York Yankees regular season games previously available ONLY to Prime members, to DIRECTV’s commercial customers throughout the Yankees’ home-team footprint of New York state, Connecticut, north and central New Jersey, and northeast Pennsylvania on their existing satellite equipment for the 2023 season.
The deal brings together two iconic brands in entertainment to deliver a premium service offering to DIRECTV FOR BUSINESS customers in four states whose patrons follow one of sports’ most historic and revered franchises, the Yankees.
“For decades, DIRECTV has given sports fans all over the country access to their favorite teams how and where they want to watch them,” said Rob Thun, DIRECTV Chief Content Officer. “There arguably isn’t a more fervent fan base in sports than that of the New York Yankees. We look forward to bringing those fans even more Yankees games to watch at their favorite local bars, restaurants and other commercial establishments where DIRECTV already delivers our market-leading sports content offering.”
DIRECTV FOR BUSINESS boasts an unrivaled nationwide network of more than 300,000 commercial venues, including restaurants, bars, hotel lounges, retail shops and other venues.
Yankees fans can find the full schedule at sports.directv.com and can find DIRECTV bars and restaurants who may be showing the games via DIRECTV’s sports bar finder app, available in the App Store and Google Play Store.
The 20-game regular season schedule on Prime Video begins Tuesday, April 4 when the Yankees host the Philadelphia Phillies (7 p.m. ET).
The full schedule of exclusive games on Prime Video can be found on their website: www.amazon.com/yankees.
Available Yankees Games
All game times EDT. Schedule subject to change.
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