Fox Sports Will Broadcast FIFA’s Interactive World Cup Finale
For the very first time, Fox Sports will televise the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2016, the annual international eSports competition to crown the next official world champion of EA Sports’ FIFA 16 franchise.Fox Sports announced on Thursday that it will televise the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2016.
Of the hundreds of gamers,there are 32 Grand Finalists gather in New York City March 20-22 for the three-day event on both the Play Station 4 and Xbox One, culminating in one FIWC Champion. Fox has made significant efforts lately to integrate modern technology into its sports coverage.
Fox Sports’ digital platforms FOXSportsGO and FOXSoccer2Go carry the full competition live, while FS1 provides exclusive live television coverage of the Grand Final on March 22.
In addition to its U.S. coverage, Fox Sports is using its extensive global reach to make this year’s FIFA Interactive World Cup available to numerous affiliates around the world, including Sky UK, Fox Sports Australia, Sky New Zealand, and Fox Sports’ platforms throughout Latin America, Brazil, Asia, Africa, and Europe.