Football fans in Singapore will have another avenue to catch the 2018 World Cup as all 64 matches will be streamed “live” on Toggle when the tournament kicks off on June 14.
Fans who subscribe to the FIFA World Cup Russia Pass before May 22 will enjoy an early bird rate of S94.16. Thereafter, the package will be available at S$112.35.
Subscribers will also have access to full on-demand streaming of the matches, which can be viewed in HD quality on multiple screens and devices, as well as a six-month complimentary Toggle Prime subscription. No set-top box or contract is required.
Another way to get in on the action is to sign up for a 24-month Toggle Prime plan at $159 and add on the FIFA World Cup Russia Pass at $79.90.
Toggle’s FIFA World Cup Russia Pass comes with access to a comprehensive World Cup site for subscribers offering insights like team profiles, player information, the latest scores, rankings and match highlights.
Anil Nihalani, Head, Digital Products and Technology, Mediacorp said: “Toggle will keep FIFA World Cup Russia Pass subscribers mesmerised through June and July as the world’s attention turns to Russia. With live and on demand streaming of matches and the additional information updates that we are offering for the first time, subscribers can revel in all the action and an immersive, dedicated experience of the World Cup, on their preferred devices. We want everyone in Singapore to come together as one family to enjoy the beautiful game.”
In addition, Mediacorp will also screen nine matches, including the opening match between host Russia and Saudi Arabia, semi-final and final matches, on free-to-air channel okto, as well as produce a studio show capturing all the action and drama of the World Cup.
The show, which will deliver more than 200 hours of World Cup-related content, will feature extended live feeds from the stadium and analysis with football personalities pre-match, at half-time and post-match.
For more information, visit toggle.sg/2018fifaworldcup.