State of Origin Game: How to watch

The State of Origin Series is back again! The annual two-out-of-three competition that pits the best players in the Australian Rugby League will see the New South Wales defend their title against the Queensland Maroons.

In recent years, the State of Origin series has become easily the most popular game in the country. For example, all three games of the 2013 edition had more audiences than any other sporting event in the country. The popularity of the series is not limited to just New South Wales and Queensland; in fact, games have been played in cities such as Melbourne and Adelaide. These games had record crowds for rugby matches and drew television audiences at an unprecedented level.

The popularity of the series goes far beyond Australia; the State of Origin is broadcasted in 91 countries around the world and its popularity has induced a lot of craze and hysteria in countries such as Papua New Guinea and New Zealand. In the former, the series has become very fierce and tense that it sometimes results in riots, violence, and even deaths.

Australian fans can watch the games in the Series on the main broadcaster channels, Nine Network. Fans in Australia can also catch up on replays televised on Fox Sports. For fans that prefer to follow the series on the radio, ABC Grandstand is the best option for this.

Fox Sports 2 and Sky Sports are the official broadcaster of the series in the United States. Fox Sports uses the live feed from Nine Network to televise the series in the US while Sky Sports offer live coverage of the event.

You can get the State of Origin Game live stream on the 9Now web platform in Australia. 9Now is the free-to-air online platform of Nine Network

How to Tune into Super Rugby

Super 15 Rugby promises to be even bigger and better than the previous editions. The annual rugby union club competition has steadily become one of the most popular rugby competition in the world. One of the reasons for its wide appeal is because the competition brings together franchisees from various continents. For example, the 2020 edition of the Super Rugby will feature teams from five different countries and four continents.

Millions of rugby fans worldwide tune into various Super Rugby TV partners to watch live action of the competition. Due to the complexities of broadcasting rights and TV coverage deals, it is important that rugby fans stay updated on how to tune into Super Rugby.

How to tune into Super Rugby

The fans in the 3 regions of the tournament conference can watch live coverage of the Super Rugby on the following networks;

South African Conference

Fans in South Africa can tune into SuperSport channels to catch up on every single moment of the competition. SuperSport is the major broadcasting network for the region.

New Zealand Conference

New Zealand teams have a history of dominating the Super Rugby; in fact, 17 of the 24 previous editions have been won by New Zealand franchises. Also, the current champion, Crusaders, is a New Zealand team. The success has encouraged many rugby fans in New Zealand to tune in for live-action of the competition.

Sky Sport is the official broadcaster in New Zealand.

Australian Conference

There is a massive following of Super Rugby in Australia. Fox Sports is the official broadcaster in the country. Fans can watch the Super Rugby live on Foxtel, Fox’s on-demand service.

Australian fans also have access to free Super Rugby streams through Network Ten. The free-to-air network offers full match replay for free.

Rugby World Cup Japan: Everything you need to know

Are you here because you are looking for information about the next rugby world cup? If so, then know that you have arrived at the right place. In this piece of work, we are going to look at everything that you need to know about the rugby world cup.

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20 teams have been placed in different pools. These 20 teams will qualify to the next round on the merit of top pool finishers. The last finishers of each pool will have to cut their hopes short.

Among these 20 teams, New Zealand has the highest odds of winning the tournament. While it is also ranked as the best team by world rugby ranking, it actually has an excellent squad.

Date and venue

This much-awaited event will start from 20th of September this year and is expected to last for six weeks. While there are 20 teams to participate in this tournament, it implies that there will be many matches and a single stadium will not sustain the tournament. So, there will be a need for more venues and it is official that it will take place in 12 different venues across Japan. In the 12 venues, Yokahama international stadium is the largest.

TV channels

If you are looking for where to watch the tournament, then check the channels, ESPN for South America, TVNZ for New Zealand, NBC sport for USA and Eir sport for Ireland.  These are some of the channels. Remember you can also use the service of online TVs such as DIRECTV, sling and Fubo TV and be able to watch the tournament through Rugby World Cup streaming

Last note

Hopefully, we have briefly updated you with all the information that you have searching for about the rugby world cup. Remember to check back as we will be updating if new information.