If you’re a rugby fan and you want the watch the 6 Nations Championship live on US television or streaming, here’s all of the information you need to enjoy one of the premier rugby competitions.
With England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy competing, there promises to be several classic games appearing on your TV set, computer or tablet, but where can you find the games?
There are three options to choose from.
One, you can watch the games on illegal streams, but as the BBC recently reported, watching illegal streams is dangerous, putting your computer, personal privacy and bank details at risk.
Two, you can watch the games on beIN SPORTS who have the exclusive TV rights to the competition. However, out of the first 6 games in the tournament that they’ve announced the TV schedule for, only 2 of them will be shown live. And some of the tape-delay games will be first shown as many as 11 hours after the game begins. If you don’t get beIN SPORTS, you can sign up for a free 24-hour trial with fuboTV.
Three, you can watch the games via Premium Sports, which has the exclusive broadband rights to the tournament and will be showing each game live. The pricing is $20 per game, or all 15 games for $129.