Amazon has submitted a bid for Disney’s 22 regional sports television networks in an apparent move to expand its live video options, according to a new report.

The e-commerce giant is among several companies to bid for the channels that were previously owned by 21st Century Fox, according to CNBC. Apollo Global Management, KKR, The Blackstone Group, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tegna are also said to have submitted first-round bids.

Missing among the bidders is “New Fox,” the spin-off company that emerged following Disney’s $71.3 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox assets earlier this year. Included among…