Sky has secured rights to 5 of the 7 Premier League rights packages for the seasons running from 2013-14 until 2015-16. The Premier League has awarded BT the remaining 2 rights packages.
Sky will show 116 live matches per year across TV, online and mobile platforms as well as the Sky Go and Now TV services.
BT's rights include 38 live games, including the opening game of the season, and 18 first picks.
BT plan to show the games on a new football-focused channel that will offer interactive features when supplied over BT's fibre network and may later be distributed to other platforms.
Sky will pay £760 million per annum for the 5 packages of live rights for each of the three years of the new Premier League agreement while BT will pay £246m per season for their rights packages.
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