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How to Watch FIBA World Cup 2023

The qualifications for the biggest basketball event of the year are going strong. While some nations have secured their spots for the grand tournament of August, others have already been eliminated. With the intense competition going on, fans are looking forward to watching their favorite teams compete. Everyone wants to secure a seat at the main venue and enjoy their favorite match live. But a lot of people won’t be able to do so. And if you are also one of those fans, worry not. You can still watch the FIBA World Cup 2023 live from the comfort of your home, no matter where you live. Here are the top 5 channels where you can watch the FIBA World Cup 2023 from around the world.

Where to Stream FIBA World Cup 2023?

If you are one of the cord-cutters looking for alternatives to enjoy your favorite match of the year, subscribe to FIBA YouTube Channel. It is the best place for basketball fans to view live basketball matches for free! You will also receive notifications about upcoming matches so that you don’t miss out on any games. Just make sure you have reliable internet service to enjoy live streaming in HD. You can check out Windstream Internet service for super fast speeds and affordable service. Contact Windstream Customer Service to learn about their services.

Television Broadcasters of FIBA World Cup 2023

  1. Australia- ESPN

ESPN is a leading name in the world of sports entertainment and is known for delivering sports with authority and quality, along with some of the most popular anchors and reporters from around the world, including names like Scott Van Pelt, Doris Burke, Stephen A Smith, Jeff Van Gundy, and Jalen Rose.

ESPN has become a new home for basketball games just last year, allowing all Australian fans to enjoy all the mega events live on their TVs. Along with the FIBA World Cup 2023, you can enjoy FIBA qualifiers and FIBA Continental Cups on ESPN.

  1. China- CCTV

CCTV, short for China Central Television, is a Chinese national television broadcaster established back in 1958. It broadcasts a variety of programming via 50 different channels in six different languages to over a billion viewers.

CCTV has gotten the broadcasting rights for FIBA World Cup 2023, which means that all Chinese fans can watch their favorite teams compete live from their homes.

  1. Canada: Sportsnet

Sportsnet is a Canadian sports channel, established in 1988 and owned by Rogers Sports & Media. It was originally established as a joint venture between Liberty Media, CTV, and its current parent Rogers Media. Later in 2004, after Rogers bought the minority stake held by Fox, it became the sole owner of the channel. Sportsnet is home to all international sports events, including FIBA World Cup.

After defeating Venezuela in the FIBA Basketball World Cup Americas Qualifiers, The Canadian Senior Men’s National Team clinches a spot in World Cup 2023. And all the excited Canadian fans can watch their team play live on Sportsnet.

  1. Sweden: SVT

SVT, short for Sweden’s Television Stock Company is the Swedish national public television broadcaster, founded in 1956 as Sveriges Radio TV. For all Swedish basketball fans, SVT has become a home to all the FIBA matches and World Cup 2023 tournaments after securing rights to International Basketball Federation (Fiba) events and qualifiers until 2025. The agreement covered last year’s FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup held in Australia, the 2023 Women’s EuroBasket in Slovenia and Israel, the 2023 Men’s World Cup in Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines, and the men’s and women’s EuroBasket tournaments in 2025.

  1. Latin and South America: Torneos

Torneos y Competencias S.A, also referred to as Torneos, is an Argentine sports communications company. Headquartered in Buenos Aires, Torneos is a major force in the world of Argentine sports. As a sports and entertainment leader in Latin and South America, Torneos will lead the production of the most important international basketball tournament, including the FIBA World Cup 2023 Americas Qualifiers First Window. As Host Broadcaster of FIBA events, Torneos will broadcast bubble matches to be played in Argentina, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.

Wrapping Up,

FIBA World Cup is the most awaited tournament for all basketball fans. So if you are unable to attend the match happening in Indonesia but still don’t want to miss out on the fun, the above channels have got you covered.

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