Movistar to live stream World Cup in Chile
Movistar Chile is to live stream all 64 games of the 2014 Fifa World Cup from Brazil.
According to Diario Financero, the broadcaster has agreed a deal with the Ibero-American Telecommunications Organisation for the exclusive online rights to the tournament. Coverage will be accessible via an app which can be downloaded via Apple's App Store or Google Play.
Matches will be available for streaming over Wi-Fi or mobile internet networks, with users given a choice of viewing options and HD broadcasts available depending on bandwidth. Full match replays and highlights will also be available on demand.
Chile will begin their World Cup campaign against Australia at Cuiaba's Arena Pantanal on 13th June. World champions Spain and beaten 2010 finalists the Netherlands complete a strong line-up in Group B.blog comments powered by Disqus
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