Canada’s television coverage of the 2018-2019 World Cup will be streamed online in Canada starting on Tuesday, according to a report from Sportsnet.tv.
The streaming platform, which launched last year, plans to make the channel available in English and French.
It’s not clear how many Canadians will be able to watch it.
The channel’s content will be available to Canada’s residents through the CBC and Rogers TV, which also will stream it.
Sportsnet will provide live coverage of each match of the World Cup on TV, including highlights and highlights reels.
Sports Canada says the channel will be a part of the channel’s subscription package, which includes full access to games, highlights, video highlights and analysis, as well as live and on-demand content.