Leading online betting platform SunBet on Friday 8 September, announced that it will be providing access to live streaming of all 48 matches of Rugby World Cup 2023.
The global rugby showpiece takes place in France over the next seven weeks. The event kicks off on tonight with the clash between hosts France and former world champions New Zealand at the Stade de France in Paris. The final takes place at the same venue on 28 October. South Africa are the defending champions.
SunBet, part of the Sun International, will provide access to every single match for as little as R1. SunBet's initiative opens up the entire tournament to South African fans aged 18 and over with internet access. A mere R1 bet on SunBet unlocks 30 days of live streaming which will include newly signed-up SunBet customers
SunBet, known for helping punters "Get More from Every Moment" believes in the power of sports to unite people and create memorable experiences.
Chief Marketing Officer, Justin Palte, said: "We are excited to expand access to rugby’s showpiece event for all South Africans. This initiative is about fostering togetherness and celebrating the essence of the game."
SunBet's comprehensive streaming services ensures that fans won't miss a moment of the action.