ESPN will be live-streaming all 64 matches of World Cup 2014 this month and next via the WatchESPN and ESPN3 authentication services on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected TVs. ESPN3 Surround will also provide alternate camera angles. ESPN will also be launching a free ESPN FC app with news and highlights.
Said John Kosner, EVP of ESPN Digital and Print Media, “All sports fans will come together for the World Cup in Brazil, and there’s no better time — and no greater opportunity — to connect fans globally across ESPN digital media than now.”
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