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After a Record-Breaking Deal with Prime Video, ONE Championship’s Flagship Show Now Available on the Platform

Published 10/07/2022, 1:45 AM EDT

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“The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” will now be available to Prime Video subscribers in the United States and Canada. 

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Fans of both ONE and The Apprentice will have a chance to check out the first season of the hit reality show on the video streaming platform, thanks to its ongoing collaboration with the Singapore-based organization.

ONE Championship has begun to stamp its dominance on the North American martial arts market, and ONE Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong sees the inclusion of the widely successful series on Prime Video as another positive step toward global awareness of the brand.


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“This addition to ONE’s on-demand library on Prime Video gives us yet another way to connect with our passionate fanbase in the U.S., as we provide them with this exciting new content stack,” Sityodtong said.

The Apprentice is well-known for its dramatic depiction of the cutthroat world of business, and “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” continues this trend while including intense elements of martial arts action that ONE is famous for.

Viewers follow closely as Sityodtong guides 16 handpicked candidates from around the world through what it takes to build a successful brand. 

The participants also learn tricks of the trade from world-renowned CEOs like Grab’s Anthony Tan, Zoom’s Eric Yuan, Catcha Group’s Patrick Grove, and Twilio’s Jeff Lawson.

Outside of the board room, martial arts stars like Demetrious Johnson, Georges St-Pierre, Rich Franklin, Renzo Gracie, and Angela Lee subject the participants to grueling fitness tests while offering them advice on how to excel under pressure. 

The winner of the reality television series received a US$250,000, one-year job offer to work directly under Sityodtong as his protégé in ONE’s Singapore headquarters. 

The first season was released in over 150 countries via Netflix earlier this year and ranked in the Netflix Top 10 in Singapore and Indonesia while trending around the world. 

“The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” also bagged two prizes at the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2021, earning Best Non-Scripted Entertainment and Best Adaptation of an Existing Format.


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This announcement of the show’s inclusion on Prime Video will offer fans a chance to gain further understanding of what ONE has to offer as it continues to produce action-packed live spectacles.

Earlier this year, the promotion struck a multi-year deal with the streaming service to broadcast 12 live ONE events. That kicked off with ONE on Prime Video 1 in August, which was headlined by an explosive ONE Flyweight World Title contest between Adriano “Mikinho” Moraes and Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson.  


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ONE on Prime Video 2 continued the partnership on September 30 and produced an equally jaw-dropping battle between fierce rivals Angela Lee and Xiong Jing Nan for the strawweight gold. 

The third installment of the Prime Video, ONE on Prime Video 3, will be headlined by a ONE Bantamweight World Title matchup between divisional king John Lineker and surging upstart Fabricio Andrade. It is set to go down live on U.S. primetime on Friday, October 21.

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Starting off as a tennis author in 2018, Varun Khanna has gone on to contribute to EssentiallySports in various capacities. After setting up interviews with the likes of Serena Williams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou, Alizé Cornet, and Noah Rubin, Varun is now part of all major ATP and WTA press conferences and has gone on to pen more than 1300 articles for EssentiallySports. He now heads the tennis and NBA division of the organization.
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