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Amazon wins rights to English Premier League soccer games

Amazon.com stepped up its move into live sports programming Thursday by winning the rights to broadcast some soccer games from the hugely popular English Premier League.

Although the three-year pact is narrow in scope, the deal emphasizes Amazon's ambition to seize a bigger role in the multibillion-dollar market for rights to live sporting

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