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World Cup 2018: Sky Net Sports Will Broadcast Live All 64 Matches

18 May 2018

Myanmar football lovers can enjoy all 64 matches of World Cup Russia 2018 on Sky Net Sports Channels.

The World Cup matches will be broadcast live on Sky Net Sports-1, Sports-6 and Sports HD Channels.

The exclusive right broadcaster has won after passing through the tender procedures.

Director, Content Department, Dr. Thein Than Oo said “More than 200 countries have the rights to broadcast World Cup Russia 2018. So, we want our country Myanmar also be the one of official countries that can watch football World Cup. That's why, we tried hard to get the exclusive rights from FIFA directly to bring the biggest event to Myanmar.”

For those who cannot access the broadcast service, arrangements have been made to watch the match livestream online.

Chief Commercial Officer, Ooredoo, Alok Verma said “With this partnership, all our customers will be able to watch all the matches of World Cup 2018 live on their phones. It is very very simple. All the customers have to do is to download the app from Google Play Store or Apple Store or they can simply dial *565# and download the app and they are good to go.”

32 national teams will compete in the World Cup 2018 that will be started on 14th June. A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in 11 cities of Russia, and the final will take place on 15th of July at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.