Today millions of people have been traipsing the Internet for legitimate World Cup video streams for today’s opening match between South Africa and Mexico, this match is currently halfway through and is currently goalless,
A recent article posted on Sparxoo suggests that ESPN is the World Leader when it comes to providing the most up-to-date coverage analysis and interaction, this is thanks to ESPN Mobile, Facebook and live streaming.
Firstly we will talk about ESPN Mobile, this application is free and available for iPhone, there is also a premium service which can be purchased for $7.99. The free service allows you to view live scores, statistics, analysis, tablets and news for all teams.
If you decided to pay the extra $7.99 you will get live ESPN radio streams for all 64 matches, customizable alerts, live analysis, detailed statistics and even real-time(ish) video. Is there a better World Cup app out there for any smartphone platform?
In terms of social networking ESPN seem to be setting the standard as well, their “World Cup on ESPN” fan page provides links to all of ESPN’s latest World Cup newsESPN Soccernet, and a way of seeing which matches you and your friends are watching (here).
Finally we will talk about ESPN3’s live streaming, this service will stream 54 out of the 64 matched for completely free, ESPN believe that World Cup traffic this time round will be perhaps triple that of 2006. For more details check out the source link below.