Days ago, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) launched Watch.Hockey, its new OTT, which will broadcast the main hockey competitions internationally, such as the FIH Hockey Pro League. The platform was officially launched on September 17th, and is available for smart TVs and mobile devices. The app can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.
The platform had its debut this past September 22nd, with the resumption of the FIH Hockey Pro League, after the competition was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In addition to live matches, Watch.Hockey also allows access to news, statistics, replays of matches and monitoring of live results.
‘Our fans and community are at the center of everything that we do, and now we can bring the sport that unites all of us to them in an innovative way to enable a new level of engagement. Launching Watch.Hockey in the current context makes it particularly meaningful. I encourage the global hockey community to download the app now and start enjoying its rich, diverse and exciting content. I want to thank our partner, Nagra, whose teams have been by our side all these months to make this project a reality’, said FIH CEO, Thierry Weil.