May 18, 2014
There is less and less time for the World Cup, and the fans of the great football event have resources for this year that go beyond TV: the screens of mobile devices and the monitors of personal computers will also be present in the matches to be held in Brazil.
If you have an Internet connection, both Public TV and TyC Sports and DirecTV will have a streaming service for World Cup matches. One will have it available from the site www.futbolparatodos.com.ar, with the advantage of having the 32 matches of the tournament available, while Torneos y Sports will broadcast from www.tycsports.com.
For its part, DirecTV’s bet is aimed at electronic devices with its application for phones and tablets with Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android, available from June. From there, the spectators will be able to count on the transmission of the matches. Like Public TV and TyC Sports, the satellite TV company will also have a website with the streaming of World Cup matches at www.directvplay.com for subscribers to the service.
via Todo to follow the World Cup matches on your cell phone and PC, with or without Internet – lanacion.com.
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