World Rugby is pleased to announce the introduction of RugbyPass TV, an exceptional streaming platform designed to forge deeper connections between rugby enthusiasts worldwide and the sport they cherish, all at no cost.
RugbyPass TV goes beyond a mere streaming service; it emerges as rugby’s inaugural global viewing hub, uniting events within a single space to provide an immersive encounter for fans.
This novel platform will enable fans to engage more intimately with the game, placing them in closer proximity to the action than ever before.
Alan Gilpin, Chief Executive of World Rugby, expressed his excitement, highlighting the global significance of RugbyPass TV’s launch.
Unveiling ahead of Rugby World Cup 2023, RugbyPass TV strives to make all World Rugby events globally accessible.
The platform guarantees that each try, kick, pass, and tackle from the tournament will reach every corner of the globe. Additionally, it will play a pivotal role in the promotion, accessibility, and impact of the upcoming WXV launch.
Ahead of the France 2023 spectacle, RugbyPass TV becomes the repository for every recorded men’s and women’s Rugby World Cup match, accumulating over 10,000 hours of archive content.
This treasure trove will be accessible to fans for the first time, offering full-match replays, highlights, exceptional tries, and magical moments in one comprehensive hub.
Furthermore, it serves as a repository for unprecedented content and documentaries chronicling the evolution, growth, and triumphs of one of the sporting world’s most significant brands.
RugbyPass TV serves as the first step in World Rugby’s impressive direct-to-consumer offerings.
Complemented by an advanced match center and editorial hub on RugbyPass.com, ardent rugby aficionados can access more data and statistics than ever before.