I’m extremely excited that my favourite beautiful game is about to start in a couple of hours and would love to share some interesting facts with you.
The World Cup, in the same way as the Olympic Games, is not only a significant occasion for fans; it’s likewise a key occasion for the cable and innovation firms included in the whole scope of television.
More and more people are enjoying soccer (football) nowadays, and that means that more people want access to it, which is why it’s becoming more and more accessible for those who are looking to watch it at home, where they may not have access otherwise.
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be the most open ever. With live TV, online viewing, up to date highlights, repeat TV applications, radio and more, all of these technologies guarantee we don’t miss a kick or a goal.
We can watch the World Cup from multiple angles, depending on what company we watch it with and what device we are using. It’s really exciting to see all of these changes coming to a sport that is loved by people who live all over the world.
Because of this, sports events like the World Cup are the ideal launchpad for new engineering, with the 2014 World Cup set to be the first to try out Ultra HD, with three matches anticipated that will be shown live in what is called “4k Ultra HD” in at least one location in the world.
FIFA World Cup 2014 is on CBC. (Liam Nickerson/CBC Sports )
So where would you be able to watch this present summer’s celebration of football (in case you’re not in Rio with match tickets)? Whether you’re in your family room or progressing, viewing live or getting the highlights, here are a few things that you can use when you want to live stream the Brazil World Cup 2014.