8 Best Live Rugby Streaming App

Updated on: September 2020

Best Live Rugby Streaming App in 2020


FOX Sports: Stream LIVE Football, Basketball, NASCAR, and more. Plus get scores and news!

FOX Sports: Stream LIVE Football, Basketball, NASCAR, and more. Plus get scores and news!
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Live stream and live restart national sporting events
  • Browse live TV listings up to 7 days in advance with the live TV Schedule
  • Find dedicated sports league pages and videos from the Search page
  • Stream PPV events
  • Sign in with a Profile to resume watching sports shows and specials across devices
  • Personalized playlists are automatically generated for you

NBC Sports Pub Pass

NBC Sports Pub Pass
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Premier League
  • Rugby World Cup 2019TM
  • Six Nations Championship
  • European Professional Club Rugby: Champions Cup & Challenge Cup
  • Premiership Rugby
  • Tour de France – all 21 stages
  • Vuelta a España – all 21 stages
  • One-day Classics: Paris-Roubaix, Liège–Bastogne–Liège & La Fleche Wallone
  • Multi-Stage Races: Tour Down Under & Paris-Nice
  • UCI Mountain Bike, Road, Cyclo-cross & Track Cycling World Championships

FOX Soccer Match Pass

FOX Soccer Match Pass
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Live streams of all covered leagues and cups
  • Full match replays for a robust on-demand viewing experience
  • No ads and no commercials for an uninterrupted viewing experience

The Team You Want to Coach

The Team You Want to Coach
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Nigeria vs Zambia 1-0 : World Cup Qualifiers 2018 Highlights

Nigeria vs Zambia 1-0 : World Cup Qualifiers 2018 Highlights
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Flick Quarterback

Flick Quarterback
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Play as the Quarterback
  • Earn free upgrades on the Reward Chart
  • Compete with your friends
  • Upgrade your stadium
  • Amazing HD graphics

BBC Sport

BBC Sport
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Live event streams – Live and interactive HD coverage of live sporting events
  • Catch-Up – Live event streams available on-demand shortly after the event
  • Video Highlights – All the latest sporting highlights
  • Results & Tables – The latest results and standings for a range of sports
  • Text Headlines – Features, analysis, match reports and the latest sporting headlines

Thuuz Sports Guide for Fire TV

Thuuz Sports Guide for Fire TV
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Teams: Receive scoring and big play updates for your teams
  • Sports: Find exciting games in your favorite sports based on our ratings
  • Fantasy: Get alerted when your players are in scoring position and more
  • Friends: See what games your friends are watching
  • See where to tune in to an exciting game - on TV or online
  • See game related previews, recaps and stats

UFC Stream Sites and Their Battle Against Zuffa

Since the UFC became available on pay-per-view people have been flocking to various websites to find pirated UFC live stream sites. With each event running $44.95, and $55.95 for HD, it is becoming increasingly difficult to purchase UFC events.

Zuffa LLC., owner of the UFC, has been very active in its battle against piracy. Zuffa has gone as far as lying down subpoenas for Justin.TV and Ustream.tv, popular sites where users can stream their own content; Zuffa has also sued one man who sold UFC streams for $6.99 a piece for $6,000,000. The most recent of this swarm of lawsuits by the UFC is one against Bellator for alleged stealing of "trade secrets".

Zuffa is wasting its time and money attempting to stop all of these pirated streams. Instead of trying to destroy these illegal streams, why not try to make the service more affordable, therefore increasing the number of sales? The UFC currently offers live stream purchasing from its verified vendors here. The problem is these sites all still cost at least $44.95. Any person googling "UFC stream" will run into an illegal streaming site before going to the UFC's site and then paying the full $44.95 for the fight.

These UFC stream sites will never be stopped due to the sheer volume of them, not to mention several are hosted in countries outside of the U.S. The UFC cannot stop the companies outside of the U.S., as they have no jurisdiction, unless they pursued a long, money consuming process that wouldn't result in any positive outcome.

The NFL, NBA and MLB have all viewed illegal streams as a lost cause. This is part in due to the fact that they make their money from advertising on big networks like CBS, FOX, TNT and more. Even if there is an illegal stream for one of these sports, the viewer still views the commercials. So, what can the UFC do to turn these streams to its advantage? The most obvious solution is to make the purchase of online UFC stream events available at a discounted rate from their authorized vendors. Sales would be much more likely to convert at an event costing $14.99 than $44.95. If volume triples, profit still ends up the same. Through decreasing the price of their streams, and increasing the volume of sales, the total income would ideally be greater than that of the current pricing system. The second solution would be much more difficult. The UFC would need to join with a big network, such as CBS or Spike for their big UFC events and bank on advertising money generated from commercials. The problem with this idea is UFC events already last 2-3 hours, and with commercial breaks viewers may not want to stick around for the entire show anymore.

In the end, the UFC is fighting a war against UFC live stream sites it simply cannot win. Zuffa needs to take a new and more practical approach. As long as society continues to become more technologically adept, illegal streams will continue to become easier to find, and harder to shut down. Also, the UFC is streaming UFC Fight Night 23: Fight for the Troops 2 prelims free on Facebook on January 18th, 2020.

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