JioCinema will be the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Digital Home

JioCinema will live-stream all the games and provide selected material related to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, according to an announcement by Viacom18 Sports, India’s newest and most prestigious sports network. All viewers may watch the international marquee tournament on JioCinema for free from November 20 until December 18, 2018. Sports18 – 1 SD & HD will be featured on the TV broadcast schedule.

JioCinema will be the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Digital Home

The Viacom18 Sports portfolio of live and on-demand content, including the quadrennial spectacular, will be accessible through the JioCinema app, which will soon be made available for download by all telecom service users across platforms, including iOS and Android.

Smartphones and linked TVs are becoming India’s favoured methods of content viewing due to the multifold surge in data usage. A first for the FIFA World Cup presentation in India, Viacom18 Sports’ 64-match showcase will provide live streaming in 4K and several language feeds, including English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Bengali on JioCinema without charging any membership fees.

According to Viacom18 Sports CEO Anil Jayaraj, “Viacom18 Sports’ multi-platform presentation of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 would be immersive, personalised, and give fans special experiences on JioCinema.”

“We want viewers to have quick access to top-notch production across linear and digital platforms (on Sports 18) to reflect the significance of the event. We are working to transform the fan experience and become one of India’s most popular media platforms.

Bodhi Tree Systems has announced a strategic investment in Viacom18 Media Pvt. Ltd. In 2021, Bodhi Tree Systems was founded by Uday Shankar, the media titan of India, and James Murdoch, the former CEO of 21st Century Fox.

Murdoch brings with him more than two decades of experience as a worldwide leader in the media and technology sectors. The largest media and entertainment firm and streaming service in India were established by Uday Shankar, the former President of Walt Disney Asia Pacific.

Together, Shankar and Murdoch combine unmatched expertise, capacity, and knowledge of the world’s media environment and the creation of enduring enterprises.

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