LiveScore users across the world can now access our new Watch section to view hundreds of on-demand videos.
Watch will be the home of live streams and match highlights — as well as a hub for a vast selection of globally viewable video content, including interviews, exclusive previews and analysis shows.
We launched our live streaming service in 2020 and Inter Milan’s recent Serie A victory at Napoli was the 1,000th game shown on the app.
The latest evolution sees an expansion of the compelling insights and entertainment on offer to football fans across the globe, with on-demand video joining live-streaming and real-time sports updates services.
LiveScore’s marketing director Ric Leask said: “The launch of Watch is the most exciting step ever in the evolution of LiveScore, as we continue to grow our offering beyond real-time sports updates and become a truly global sports media business.
“Complementing our existing match coverage of streamed fixtures this season, the new Watch feature within the app will provide rich on-demand content and keep our global audience closer to the action than ever before.”
The new service will be rolled out across the popular iOS and Android apps for both mobile and tablet devices. The offering will vary across specific territories, with certain content subject to rights restrictions.