Spurs Amazon Documentary?

jeremystorey

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Chargers makes no sense as they only just relocated to LA 2 years ago.

Bezos buying the Seahawks kind of makes sense because obviously Amazon are based in Seattle. But moving the team away makes no sense either. They're well supported in Seattle and it's a city/area with a large and population and huge amount of money and commercial opportunities.

As for the documentary being something to do with Bezos moving the Seahawks to London, were not the first team Amazon have done this with. There's several All or Nothing series already not just from football but other sports as well, so that angle doesn't really add up at all.
You misunderstand what im saying. Bezos would never move the seahawks. If he bought them. He hasn't expressed interest in them yet. However he does want to own an NFL team.

Also, I'm from Seattle, so II totally get it.

As for other sports and other teams... Dude, you clearly don't understand the DNA of the company. These are not random choices. There is always a larger purpose at hand, and it typically has something to do with customer data and growth.

Amazon will be the biggest bidder for PL international rights once they come up for renewal. And they will have better data and analysis then anyone else contending. It won't even be close.

Amazon is also keen to bolster its competiteness in China and India. Alibaba is killing them right now in the asian market. But you know what else the asian market loves? The PL. Now whether or not they can get something done with the strict broadcasting rules in china is a different matter altogether.

But as i said... There is a purpose to every decison they make.
 

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You misunderstand what im saying. Bezos would never move the seahawks. If he bought them. He hasn't expressed interest in them yet. However he does want to own an NFL team.

Also, I'm from Seattle, so II totally get it.

As for other sports and other teams... Dude, you clearly don't understand the DNA of the company. These are not random choices. There is always a larger purpose at hand, and it typically has something to do with customer data and growth.

Amazon will be the biggest bidder for PL international rights once they come up for renewal. And they will have better data and analysis then anyone else contending. It won't even be close.

Amazon is also keen to bolster its competiteness in China and India. Alibaba is killing them right now in the asian market. But you know what else the asian market loves? The PL. Now whether or not they can get something done with the strict broadcasting rules in china is a different matter altogether.

But as i said... There is a purpose to every decison they make.
Sorry then I misunderstood you, my bad.

I never said we were a random choice for the documentary. My point was that them picking us to do it on isn't an indication that Bezos is thinking of moving the Seahawks to London, which is what I thought you were saying.
 
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