FanCode acquires digital rights to broadcast FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

FanCode acquires digital rights to broadcast FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

July 18, 2023

Indian multi-sport aggregator platform FanCode has announced a strategic partnership with 1Stadia to sub-license the digital broadcasting rights for the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. 

As part of the deal, FanCode will exclusively livestream the World Cup matches across India on its digital platform. Fans will be able to watch all the action on FanCode’s mobile app (Android, iOS, TV), the TV app available on Android TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Jio STB, Samsung TV, Airtel XStream, OTT Play, and the FanCode website.

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Yannick Colaco, Co-Founder and CEO of FanCode, said:

We are excited to bring one of the biggest global sporting events to Indian fans in association with FIFA and 1Stadia. Stars like Alexia Putellas, Alessia Russo, Megan Rapinoe, Marta, and Sam Kerr have become household names in India for young girls and boys. The tournament is a celebration of women’s football, and we are committed to providing fans with a great experience.

Sangeet Shirodkar, 1Stadia’s CEO and Co-Founder, said:

Partnering with FanCode to bring the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 to fans in India is a significant step for 1Stadia. FanCode’s extensive reach and strength in the IPTV domain make them an ideal partner to deliver the tournament to a wide range of viewers. Women’s sports, especially in the digital streaming space, have gained maximum traction and appeal, and we are excited to leverage this momentum to showcase the extraordinary talent and competitiveness of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Together with FanCode, we are confident in our ability to captivate and engage audiences across India, driving viewership to new heights.

Rahul Saha

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