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2019 FIBA - streaming online options

Since I'm not from the US I did some homework on how to stream FIBA online, this is what I found hope it helps fellow enthusiasts.

Here are some streaming sites that you could use, they are each dedicated to a country, which means in that country you can stream it for free:
Match TV — Russia
Sky Italia — Italy
Canal+ — France
DAZN — Canada.
CCTV — China.
Fox Sports — Australia.
Rede Globo — Brazil
Česká Televise — Czech
ARD — Germany
EPT — Greece
Kompas TV — Indonesia
NHK — Japan
TV3 — Lithuania
ESPN 5 — Philippines
TVP Sport — Poland
RTS — Serbia

I didn’t put any links, that would be such a hassle and I wasn't sure if they are even allowed here, I’m sure you can find them yourself.

Also, I thought that having the timetables of the finals would be convenient, so here they are:

September 6-9, 2019 (Second round)

September 10–11, 2019 (Quarterfinals)

September 12, 2019 (Classification round)

September 13, 2019 (Semifinals)

September 14, 2019 (Classification round)

September 15, 2019 (Final)

Hope this helps someone out! Happy streaming!

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Good idea, although not all of those are public broadcasters.

Sky/ESPN/DAZN are pay TV channels so you would need a login.

Here in Australia Kayo Sports are streaming every game and you can sign up for a free trial.

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Google Reddit NBA streams and that sub has links to every World Cup game.

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Kayo Sports has been excellent. Flawless high quality streaming, and the ability to have multiple games on screen at once is great.

The only thing that is not good is their Apple TV user interface in the menus.

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Agree with Splinky on all counts re Kayo.

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My 3 months free trial of Kayo is working perfectly too :)

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Same :)

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Even is streaming perfectly, even when running two games at once. I never expected to have the option to stream 4 games at once, but it's there if you want it. It seems FIBA has the technical streaming side of this world cup running very smoothly.

If abroad, the World Cup pass is easily worth it for just US$6.

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By the way, is geoblocked in Australia and USA for the World Cup. It mentions other nations might be geoblocked, but doesn't mention which countries.

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I remember it constantly would buffer when Perform were running the service. Did FIBA get rid of them?

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It's still Perform. Looks like they learnt something in the past few years.

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But still the Perform doesn't know how to layout websites well and the on-demand interface is terrible.

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Are you overseas rjd?

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