Kwesé TV will bring the Rugby Africa Gold Cup 2018 live, via streaming and its free television model, exclusively to Kwesé Free Sports, Kwesé Sports 1, the newly launched Kwesé Iflix and Facebook Live from 16 June to 18 August 2018.
As the exclusive rights-holder for both TV and all digital platforms, the Pan-African broadcast network Kwese TV, will be using local facility houses to deliver seamless coverage of the tournament.
The 2017 Gold Cup teams Uganda, Namibia, Tunisia, Kenya and Zimbabwe, will be joined by Silver Cup winner Morocco, to fight for their chance at lifting the 2018 title trophy and an opportunity to accompany South Africa to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
“We are using local facilities to bring African Rugby fans the best broadcast of their favourite game. This is one of many ways Kwesé TV is showcasing its commitment to investing in and empowering local talent,” said Jeroen Oerlemans, CEO, Kwesé Sports.
“The excitement, support and suspense that surrounds the Rugby Africa Gold Cup keeps growing every year and we plan to ensure fans do not miss a second of the action throughout all 15 matches,” he added.
The first game of the tournament on Saturday, June 16, will be between host country Zimbabwe and visitor Morocco. This will be followed by defending champions Namibia, hosting Uganda,
Through Kwesé TV’s multiplatform offering Kwesé Sports fans can access up to the minute sports news, updates and analysis on the go on Kwesé and ESPN’s collaborative digital and mobile platforms KweseESPN.com and the KweseESPN app.
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