Whether you are rooting for Japan’s national rugby team, or Russia national rugby team, you will need to read this post if you want to follow all of the actions.
The Rugby World Cup 2019 will take place starting from September 20 to November 2. Japan is the host country of the event. Therefore, it is the best reason why viewers in Japan want to reserve the option to follow all of the actions. Meanwhile, the final will take place on November 2. Will Japan or Russia team make it to the final? If you are fans of one of the team, then you will want to watch the match to find out the result.
For the first time in the entire RWC 2019 history, the local provider won’t hold the right of the main broadcaster. IGBS helms the position instead.
For viewers in Japan, it is very crucial to know that watching the event from the country is only possible via official broadcaster partners. In this case, the channels that hold the rights are J Sports, Nippon TV, and NHK. Nippon TV offers free option for viewers in Japan who have the OTA antenna.
Chances are you can access it in your friend’s house or the guest house. But J Sports is also a great option since it provides the coverage for all 48 matches in the event. You can watch all of the matches through the channel. NHK, on the other hand, focuses on a few matches, scores, highlights, updates, and so on. J Sports also provides the live streaming option in its official site. So, if you happen to be mobile or watching online, J Sports is definitely your perfect choice.
Meanwhile, viewers in Russia can rest assured that they are able to watch the festivity through Match TV. Match TV is the most popular channel in Russia. Therefore, it won’t be hard to spot some parlors who are willing to tune into the channel so that their visitors are able to watch RWC 2019. If you are traveling to Russia, you can easily tune into the channel in your hotel or motel TV. If you go to some clubs or pubs, the owners might be kind enough to tune the channel for you.
For avid rugby fans, the best option could be Rugby Pass. Here is the thing, you might be traveling to another country and who knows you can’t use your TV credentials or conventional tools to follow your team. Rugby Pass, on the other hand, provides the compactness and mobility you need. Rugby Pass has already been available in many countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The officials also confirmed that they will expand the market throughout the world. It only costs $15 per month. You might want to try it for your RWC 2019 coverage.