Astro, the official broadcaster of the 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP BRAZIL in Malaysia is now offering live streaming of the matches on TV, online and multi-platforms on smartphone.From left to right: Emile Heskey, Former England International Player, Lee Choong Khay, Astro’s Head of Sports Business and Jason Dasey, Host and Executive Producer of Astro SuperSport.
For its satellite TV customers, those with Astro SuperPack as at 31st May 2014 are offered complimentary ‘Football Pass’ to watch ALL 64 LIVE matches on 5 dedicated High Definition (HD) channels and 5 dedicated Standard Definition (SD) channels on Astro TV and Astro On The Go. Other Astro and NJOI customers can join in the excitement by purchasing the ‘Football Pass’ for only RM100 from 1st May 2014.
These “Football Pass” holders can also watch all 64 LIVE matches on tablets, smartphones and PCs. Viewers can watch all the matches in multi-anglle via the enhanced with 6 LIVE multi-cam feeds. With the unique event marker feature, favourite moments can be replay with the tap of a finger during live matches.
Football Pass holders on connected PVR boxes and Astro on the Go will also get about 100 hours of FIFA World Cup On Demand content, featuring classic FIFA World Cup matches since 1966, 10 matches from the 2010 FIFA World Cup in 3D and official World Cup programmes from FIFA.
Non Astro customers to join in the excitement of the 2014 FIFA World Cup via Astro On The Go(online) as follows:-
- Purchase the Football Pass at RM100 to watch all 64 LIVE matches on their preferred devices
- Or watch selected matches on a Pay Per View basis at RM6 per match
- Watch 30 matches live for free
Astro and NJOI customers without the Football Pass will still be able to watch 30 LIVE matches on Astro Arena with match commentary in Bahasa Malaysia.
Astro has also created www.stadiumastro.com as the home ground for the 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP BRAZIL. During the month long football fest, Malaysians can access StadiumAstro for news, live updates, fixtures, match highlights, classic videos from previous World Cups and even World Cup themed radio stations and podcast to stay on top of all things World Cup.
For more information, please log on to Astro on the Go or call 1 300 82 3838.