Rugby fans rejoice – catch the pinnacle of rugby action with StarHub’s full coverage of the Rugby World Cup 2019, starting 20th September 2019.
With absolutely no extra charges, all StarHub Sports Pass and Sports Group subscribers will be able to enjoy the top-tier tournament at home or on the go via the StarHub Go streaming app or http://www.starhubgo.com.
Just a single subscription to the Sports Pass gives customers unrivalled access to the Rugby World Cup 2019, as well as unique sporting action across 13 dedicated sports channels, such as the BWF World Championships, FIBA Basketball World Cup, ITTF World Tour Grand Finals and more. The new StarHub Entertainment passes promises customers the best value for money, world-class programmes and the flexibility to switch between sports and six other passes.
“By delivering an extensive coverage of the top sporting events from around the world, we want to cement StarHub’s position as the go-to destination for all sports-related programming,” says Mr Yann Courqueux, Vice President, Home Product, StarHub. “The Rugby World Cup 2019 is a testament of our commitment to customers; we are pulling out all the stops to deliver the programmes our customers love, to give better value with no change in prices. Held in Japan and closer to home, the ideal broadcast schedule sets the stage for growing local interest and we want all fans to enjoy the game, with no frills.”
All 48 matches of the 2019 Rugby World Cup will be broadcast on beIN SPORTS RUGBY channel, on StarHub. The channel goes on-air on 6 September 2019; leading up to the actual play-offs, fans can look forward to non-stop, 24/7 rugby programming featuring the iconic tries, favourite tackles from the past Rugby World Cup.
Match coverage kicks off on 20 September 2019 with host country Japan facing Russia on beIN SPORTS RUGBY channel. For more information on the Sports Entertainment Pass, visit Starhub’s website here
From 8th August to 20th September 2019, customers who sign up for the Sports Entertainment Pass or Sports Group can stand a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip worth USD 10,000 (SGD 13,800) for two, to catch the quarter-final of the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, sponsored by beIN SPORTS.