The Spark Sport Rugby World Cup 2019 Tournament Pass is now available. Spark have a limited time offer for just $59.99
The tournament pass will allow users to be able to stream all 48 Rugby World Cup matches live and on demand.
Don’t miss a single match, and watch highlights, pre-match and post-match coverage, interviews and historic Rugby World Cup matches.
You don’t need to be a Spark Sport Monthly subscriber to buy a Spark Sport Rugby World Cup 2019 Tournament Pass. The pass is available to everyone and can be bought separately.
Customers who sign up before 31st May will get the super early bird price of just $59.99. Those who wait until June to sign up will have to pay $79.99. If you wait until September the charge will go up to $89.99.
Alternatively, individual Match Passes will be available during the tournament for $24.99 each.
Learn more about how to watch the Rugby World Cup on Spark Sport.
You can watch the match on Google Chromecast. A Google Chromecast plugs into the HDMI port of your TV and uses your home WiFi to stream sports from your device onto your TV. When watching something on the Spark Sport app, simply click the Chromecast icon, at the top right-hand side of the screen, to cast the sport to your TV. Check out here.
Spark Sport is available to watch on the Spark Sport website on Windows 7, 8 and 10 and MacOS X on the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
Don’t worry about missing the game when you’re out and about. Simply download the Spark Sport app from the App store or Google play store. The Spark Sport app works on iOS 10 and above and Android 5.0 and above. Spark Sport will use your mobile data for streaming if you are not connected to WiFi.
Spark Sport is not currently available on Apple TV. Although, the company says it is working to introduce this functionality over the next 6 months. But, you can currently Airplay from your device to the big screen if you have an Apple TV and an Apple device.
Spark Sport is not currently available to watch using an app on Smart TVs. Once again, the company says it is working to introduce this functionality onto a number of different TV makes and models. Samsung will add Spark Sport to its Smart TV app line up in May, supporting models going back to 2016.
A Spark Sport spokeswoman says "We have not announced a partnership with Xbox or PlayStation. We do aim to expand the number of platforms that Spark Sport is available on, to make it as accessible as possible."
You don’t need to be a Spark customer to buy the Spark Sport package. But, if you are planning to stream the Rugby World Cup online, you will need to make sure you have the right type of internet connection.
Don’t let slow internet and endless buffering ruin the match. Make sure you get the best possible broadband connection, and unlimited data so you are World Cup ready.