A new video app, designed to help viewers watch all four of the major international soccer competitions, will stream live on World Cup Mobile, a global sports network.
World CupMobile will stream the four biggest international soccer matches of the tournament in real time, with the live stream showing live video from around the world.
The app was developed by the U.K.-based firm Aon, which has built a platform for live streaming sports events in the past, including the Olympics.
World CupMobile’s debut will be similar to that of its competitors, which stream live video of the Olympics in real-time on Facebook and Twitter, respectively.
The new app, which is still in its early stages, is being launched alongside the world championships, which will start later this month in Moscow.
The World Cup, which takes place in the Russian city of Sochi, is the world’s biggest soccer event.
It is the first time that a World Cup app will be available to consumers outside of China and Brazil, where there are already multiple video streaming apps available.
In the U, Apple is launching its own streaming app for the World Cups that it is hoping will provide viewers with a more complete experience.
The app is set to launch later this year.