Rugby Europe to Offer Free Live-streaming on Dailymotion
Rugby Europe, the governing body of Rugby in Europe, has announced that every single match from the main competition at the Rugby Europe Championship 2018 will be live-streamed, free to air, on Rugby Europe Dailymotion channel.
Taking place around Europe, between 10-11 February to 18 March, The Rugby Europe Championship 2018 is a part of the qualification process for Rugby Word Cup 2019, as defined by World Rugby. Due to its results in World Cup 2015, Georgia is already qualified for Japan.
The Winner of Rugby Europe Championship (from 2016-2018 ranking out of Georgia) will be directly qualified for the tournament in Pool A.
15 matches will be broadcast live on Dailymotion during the event, which features 6 men’s teams competing in the five-round competition. To not miss any games you should follow the official channel of Rugby Europe: http://www.dailymotion.com/RugbyEurope.
This announcement sees the continuation of Rugby Europe’s strong partnership with Dailymotion. With over 300 million unique monthly viewers, Dailymotion is delighted to expose this competition to a global audience through an easy to access platform.
Speaking about this latest partnership, Rugby Europe TV and Broadcast Director, said:
“The partnership with Dailymotion has enabled Rugby Europe to highlight the growth of Rugby in Europe. It is a wonderful showcase for our 47 unions’ members and for the promotion of our sport. Thanks to this solution and www.rugbyeurope.tv , we have gathered a solid community of Fans in Europe and beyond, who live their passions every weekend through this channel.”
The full Rugby Europe Championship 2018 schedule can be viewed here.
Start this weekend on 10th February with :
- Georgia / Belgium at 11 a.m. : https://dai.ly/x6e2p8i
- Russia / Spain at 1 p.m. : https://dai.ly/x6e2q0y
- Romania / Germany at 3 p.m. : https://dai.ly/x6e2qfs
Rugby Europe is the governing body responsible for the promotion, development, administration, and management of international competitions for the 48 member unions across Europe. The association organizes over 80 international games and 20 rugby tournaments each year, among which Men’s fifteen-a-side European Championships (Championship, Trophy, Conference 1 & 2, Development), U20 and U18 European Championships and the 7s’ Grand Prix Series (Men and Women).
Sébastien FAYE, Rugby Europe
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