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FITE to Deliver Rugby League World Cup to Largest Global Audience

October 5, 2022

The COVID-delayed event will be available live via the FITE platform to the USA and all of North, Central and South America, Germany, Italy, Spain and most of Europe, Africa, and other major markets

New York, NY (October 5, 2022)--The Rugby League World Cup's COVID-delayed 2021 event will be seen by more people around the world via FITE than any other platform, it was announced today, thanks to Integrated Sports Media (ISM) and RDA Sports Media Rights and their trust in FITE to handle largest share of the globe.

The pinnacle event of the Rugby League, globally contested every four years, and RLWC2021 will be a breakthrough moment in the tournament's history with the men's, women's and wheelchair competitions being staged together for the first time.

FITE will present the men's, women's and wheelchair events live in the United States and more territories on more continents than any other carrier or platform. Numerous bundles are available including P.P.V. bundles and via the FITE+ subscription service and the matches will be played between October 15th and November 19th in 21 locations across the UK.

The largest digital sports and entertainment platform in the world, FITE, owned by Triller, is known for presenting the most important boxing, pro-wrestling and MMA events. The company presents over 1,000 events per year to its 6 million+ subscribers globally.


"We're proud that FITE has risen above the sports media scrum and won the largest amount of territories for this major COVID-delayed event. The Rugby League World Cup has recognized our reach and reliability in trusting us to deliver this to fans worldwide," said Michael Weber, COO of FITE. "This marks FITE's first major move beyond its core in combat sports — even though Rugby is certainly full contact enough to keep our longtime viewers very, very happy."

RLWC is being distributed in North American and internationally by Integrated Sports Media, via an agreement with RDA, the global media rights distributor RLWC2021.


ISM President, Doug Jacobs, said, "Rugby is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States and we're thrilled to be distributing Rugby League World Cup 2021 to American and international fans. Elite teams and rugby players will be in action throughout the men's and women's tournaments."

Check out the Rugby League World Cup All Events Men's Bundle and other options on FITE

For more information contact owen.phillips@fite.tv

About FITE:

FITE is the premier global platform for live sports and entertainment offering the industry's marquee PPV events and SVOD packages with over 5MM registered users. FITE is available worldwide through its iOS and Android mobile apps, Apple TV, Android TV, ROKU, Amazon Fire TV and Huawei apps. In addition, FITE supports Samsung, LG, Cox Contour, Vizio SmartCast™, Foxxum, Chromecast, PS4, XBOX, ZEASN, Netrange, Vidaa/Hisense, VEWD, Netgem TV, Virgin Media, Comcast's Xfinity 1 and Xfinity Flex as well as 7,000 models of SmartTVs. Available online at www.FITE.tv. FITE is owned by TrillerVerz Corp.. Follow FITE on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIN, and Facebook.

About Integrated Sports Media:

North America's leading distributor of International Pay-Per-View and Closed-Circuit sports events has presented World Championship Boxing, MMA, and International Soccer for more than 25 years to the North American viewer. Among the International soccer events, numerous World Cup Qualifiers and friendly matches distributed by ISM include matches featuring Brazil, Argentina, England, and Italy. Additionally, boxing and MMA events included stars such as Evander Holyfield, Roy Jones, Jr., Ricky Hatton, Floyd Mayweather, Fedor Emelianenko, Tim Sylvia, and Bobby Lashley. CONTACT: PPV - Doug Jacobs, Integrated Sports Media, Dougj@ISMSports.com, (+1) 201-610.1500