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Watch FIFA Women's World Cup Live on Twitter as it Teams up With SBS

Twitter has also rolled out a special emoji that fans can use to cheer for their favorite teams by tweeting #Matildas.

Watch FIFA Women\'s World Cup Live on Twitter as it Teams up With SBS

Before entering into the corporate world’s rat race, we had the luxury to watch every FIFA World Cup matches live and simultaneously tweeting the amazing moments from the match. But what if you can do the same thing on the same platform?

As per a recent report, Twitter has struck a deal with SBS to telecast FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019’s exclusive live matches, shows and video highlights produced by SBS.

SBS will give live coverage of FIFA Women's World Cup on Twitter every match day during the event. The deal has been sponsored by TAB, Visa and Defence Force Australia for the near-live clips. Twitter will telecast 24 shows in total.

The #WorldGameLIVE show from SBS is hosted by Sarah Walsh and David Basheer in France, Craig Foster and Tracey Holmes in Sydney. The show will provide FIFA Women's World Cup match actions, highlights, preview, and the official press conference clips, through @TheWorldGame on Twitter.  

How To Watch FIFA Women's World Cup Live on Twitter?

  • Twitter has created a dedicated page for live programming for FIFA Women's World Cup matches.
  •  Within that page, a new page will be created for each match that will feature multiple timelines for commentaries, latest tweets as well as live coverage.
  • To find the match pages, go to the Explore tab at the top of the page or by searching it.
  • The Twitter users in Australia can also log-in through ‘The World Game Twitter’ account. 
  • Follow this official twitter page (@TheWorldGame) of the show for the latest updates.

Just a short reminder for the sports fan, if you want to watch  ICC World Cup 2019 live, then look no further than this list of best cricket streaming apps.

 Angus Keene, Twitter Head of Revenue Partnerships, stated, 

He further added, 

Twitter has also collaborated with SBS last year to telecast the FIFA World Cup 2018 live. 

Ken Shipp, the SBS Director of Sports, said,

He further added,

Cheer for Your Favorite Team

In addition, to celebrate the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019, Twitter has released a special emoji that you can use to cheer for your favorite teams. Just tweet #Matildas, #WeareMatildas and #Gomatildas to showcase an emoji for your favorite team’s jersey. 

Enjoy the match and make sure to tweet about it. #Gomatildas

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