This coming summer, Google I/O, WWDC or even E3 won’t be an event that will be talked about as much as the 2014 FIFA World.
It is close to one month to the kickoff of the much waited 2014 FIFA World cup that will be held in Brazil and run for a period of one month that is from 12th June to 13th July. Time is moving very fast since the groupings happened just recently.
ESPN is making the 2014 FIFA World Cup an event not to miss any single move. ESPN has made it possible for that tablet, smartphone, computer or TV owner to watch every unfolding match live coverage.
ESPN who are the worldwide sports leader announced this week their plans to dedicate the most resources in the quadrennial event. This is because world cup is the most watched event across the world.
The broadcast of the matches will be through ESPN2, ESPN, ABC and ESPN Deportes through the ESPN3 and WatchESPN initiatives.
The matches can also be watched on Apple TV, Xbox LIVE, Amazon Fire TV and Roku. This program will make it possible for a total of 92 million viewers in the United States alone.
Those who will have no chance to live stream will follow the progress of the matches through the ESPN FC. Moreover, an ESPN FC app has been launched to run on both android and iOS mobile platforms.
The app will be able to provide real time match information that involves goal highlights, breaking news and even commentary. This app resembles Sportcenter app in setup however ESPN FC app is only focused on the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
After the 2014 FIFA World Cup comes to an end, ESPN FC app will switch its focus to European leagues, MLS and Liga MX. Be part of the 2014 FIFA World Cup everywhere you go with ESPN.