By Nik Simon For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 22:30 BST, 12 September 2020 | Updated: 02:00 BST, 13 September 2020
Amazon could expand their rugby reach after opening talks about a behind-the-scenes documentary with Sale Sharks.
As revealed by the Mail on Sunday last week, the online retail giant is ready to dip their toe into the sport after agreeing a multi-million-pound deal to broadcast the Autumn Nations Cup on their Amazon Prime channel.
Now they have been approached about a collaboration with Sale and have already been pitched a trailer for the potential series.
Amazon have opened talks about a behind-the-scenes documentary with Sale Sharks
They have been approached for collaboration with Sale and have already been pitched a trailer
Cash-rich Amazon are yet to air any Premiership fixtures, although the league's TV deal with BT Sport will soon come up for renewal.
Rugby is desperate for new income streams and Exeter Chiefs owner Tony Rowe said the powerbrokers must be open-minded about moving away from traditional platforms.
'If it produces more money for us [then you have to consider it]', Rowe told the Mail on Sunday. 'We're talking about survival.
'We're losing about a million pounds a month as a club and we can only afford that for a limited amount of time.'
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Exeter are hoping to stage the next pilot event with fans later this