Russia’s Premier League has added the United States as one of its new partners, with the move to stream the games on YouTube and social media sites.
The announcement is a response to the U.S. presidential election, and it follows the country’s decision to join the World Cup in 2020.
The U.K. and France have also announced their participation, which will see them playing in the Europa League.
The Russian government also announced that it will be streaming the games live, which means that there will be no need for a dedicated channel, meaning that the Premier League can now reach more people at once.
Roma and Bayern Munich will be among the teams that will have their matches streamed.
There is a small but vocal minority of fans that are upset with the decision, which they say is a form of propaganda and is a step backwards for the Russian state.
The Russian Foreign Ministry released a statement on Monday that said that “Russia is an open and democratic country,” but that it has always supported the freedom of expression, especially in the media.
Russia’s state broadcaster has said that it is not planning to broadcast the Premier’s match, and that the league will be broadcast live on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.
There will also be no delay in the live streaming, as the matches will be streamed from 10:00 a.m.
Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Monday, and will be available for viewing on any of the available streaming platforms, including YouTube and Facebook.
“As a democratic country, we support the freedom to discuss politics, and the rights of all citizens,” the statement reads.
“As a result, we believe that a significant part of the game of football is already televised and available on all available platforms.”
Russia is currently the most popular sports league in the world, with around 20 million viewers a day watching games on the internet.
In March, the Russian government started to make moves to get more people to watch soccer games live.
A new Premier League for 2020: The U, U. S. & France…will be streamed on YouTube for the first time in 2020 (RT)