Turner's B/R Live sports streamer to sell soccer matches for $3 apiece

Bleacher Report Live will be available on both Android and iOS devices. (Turner)(Turner/Bleacher Report)

Turner’s Bleacher/Report Live subscription streaming service for sports has revealed its pricing structure, including per-game prices and annual subscriptions.

In anticipation of upcoming live UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League soccer matches, B/R Live announced that it will sell single matches for $2.99, monthly subscriptions for $9.99 and yearly subscriptions for $79.99.

Turner will televise 47 UEFA matches on TNT throughout the season. Fans can also stream matches airing on TNT via the Watch TNT app and through participating TV provider platforms and apps.

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Turner’s and B/R Live’s coverage of UEFA matches will include a one-hour prematch show, a halftime show during UEFA Champions League matches, a bridge show airing on TNT in between UEFA Champions League matches, and a 30-minute post-match show recapping the day’s UEFA Champions League action.

Live UEFA match coverage includes the upcoming UEFA Super CupReal Madrid vs. Atletico Madridon Wednesday, Aug. 15, at 3 p.m. ET, and available on both B/R Live and TNT. UEFA Champions League action will immediately follow with the Playoff Round (play-in rounds), held Tuesday-Wednesday, Aug. 21-22 and Aug. 28-29, with all matches available on B/R Live and TNT at 3 p.m.

The announcement comes roughly one year after Turner acquired UEFA rights and revealed plans to use live soccer as the anchor for a new sports streaming service.

“The launch of Turner’s new OTT sports platform and partnership with UEFA aligns with the company’s continued strategy to further expand the distribution ecosystem and our ongoing commitment to engage fans with premium content they crave across all platforms,” said David Levy, president at Turner, in a statement. “These highly-anticipated matches and supplemental original programming will be a key foundation for our latest direct to consumer business sports offering, as well as coveted content for Bleacher Report and our leading television networks. In addition to the new audiences we’ll attract through the streaming service, the partnership will leverage the tremendous reach we have with our television networks and Bleacher Report’s position as the leading digital destination for millennial fans.”