The Rugby World Censorship Board (RWCB) has unveiled a new app that allows users to watch all the matches in the tournament on-demand.
The app will be available from June 5 and is available for iOS and Android.
It will also be available for Apple TV and Apple TV Smart Stick as well as on Google Chromecast.
The app is available on Apple TV, Apple TV smart devices, Apple Watch, Apple TVs, Apple television, Mac and Windows PCs and Linux.
It can be used to watch live and archived matches, as well live commentary from teams and commentators.RWCP chief executive Mark Geddes said the app will allow users to follow the progress of the match and also to share highlights.
“As the Rugby Championship continues to evolve, the RWCB is excited to introduce an app that will allow fans to watch every game, along with highlights, highlights scores, highlights commentary and more highlights,” he said.
“We are looking forward to sharing the world with all the fans that are eagerly awaiting the match.”
The app will not only allow fans from around the world to stream matches, it will also allow users from outside the Rugby Community to follow and share their experiences.
“With the introduction of the app, we’re creating a unique and immersive experience for fans from across the globe,” Gedds said.
“The Rugby World Championships will allow us to share the live and historic experience of our World Cup with our audience around the globe.”
The RWCBs app will also offer users a way to watch highlights from previous Rugby World Cups.
“We’re excited to be able to share with our community the incredible moments and moments that have captured the imagination of fans around the World.
The Rugby Championship is the perfect way for fans around World to experience this incredible spectacle,” Gadds said, adding that the app was available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Rugby World Cup Live will be streamed in full on the app in both the U.S. and Australia, where the tournament is being held.
“Our aim is to bring you the world’s best match coverage every week, in the most immersive and immersive way possible,” RWCBS chief executive Paul Kelly said.