PricePanda Malaysia’s Top Tips for Following FIFA World Cup Action

June 19, 2014 (Thu): The internet is awash with World Cup fever and PricePanda is 8o exception – they are so enthusiastic about football that they have brought you this handy guide of the best devices to follow the 20th FIFA World Cup, held in Brazil: http://www.pricepanda.com.my/page/best-devices-to-watch-the-football-world-cup-2014/.

For those who ‘cut the cord’ prior to this year’s FIFA World Cup, there are many free alternatives to streaming the game LIVE.The official FIFA App promises to deliver: “Live-Score updates for 102 of the world’s top leagues; all the action from the FIFA World Cup in Brazil live; World Football’s latest headlines, photos and videos; and the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.”

However, if you are looking for more independent alternatives, USA Today recommends this sneaky hack: Univision Deportes (who hold the rights to all Spanish-language coverage) are live-streaming all first and second round games free via their updated app – no subscriber authentication necessary!

Univision app includes: updated live streaming of EVERY Copa Mundial game; real-time Game Alerts for favorite teams and matches; multi-camera angle video clip playbacks to replay highlights from different angles; and further into the finals, users will continue having access to pre- and post-game coverage.

Another tip-off from PricePanda is the Football Gala Brazil app created by Salt Mobile Solutions – already boasting rave reviews in the app stores, it is available on iOS, Android andWindows Phone. (Please find the photos attached)

PricePanda co-founder, Christian Schiller, remarks that “although Malaysia’s own team didn’t quite make the Cup, our Malaysian PricePanda shoppers are so enthusiastic about the entire world of football, we knew they would still be loyally tuning into all of the matches. We put together this guide to ensure our Malaysian customers didn’t miss any of the action”.

Streaming games live is not always ideal for the Malaysian timezone, and all-nighters are reserved for the most hardcore fans. For anyone else who would like to watch the games on their own time, from this week’s draw to the tournament itself, all the Brazil 2014 World Cup action can be followed on Twitter.

Author: VSDaily Editor

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