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Autumn Nations Cup set for exclusive USA broadcast on FloSports

Autumn Nations Cup set for exclusive USA broadcast on FloSports

Autumn Nations Cup set for exclusive USA broadcast on FloSports

The Autumn Nations Cup will be broadcast live in the United States, with live streaming platform FloSports securing the exclusive rights.

The broadcaster and competition organisers Six Nations Rugby jointly announced the news, which will see all 16 games shown across four action-packed weekends.

In addition, two warm-up matches have been made available to fans, with last Friday’s clash between Scotland and Georgia and the contest between France and Wales a day later both available on FloSports’ on-demand service.

FloSports has put rugby at the heart of its content through its partnership with USA Rugby and continues to grow the game’s audience in the United States, which will be served with a thrilling four weeks of action.

Fiji and Georgia join Six Nations teams England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy, with the eight nations split into two pools of four.

England, Georgia, Ireland and Wales make up Group A while Group B consists of Fiji, France, Italy and Scotland.

Each team will play the other countries in their pool, and then the nation in their same position in the opposite group on the final weekend.

Ireland and Wales kick-off the competition in Dublin on Friday 13thNovember.

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“We are excited to be in a position to play International Rugby matches again and are delighted to have partnered with FloRugby to bring this exciting autumn competition to audiences in the US,” said Ben Morel, CEO of Six Nations Rugby.

Adam Armstrong, FloSports’ Director, Rights Acquisition said: “We’re thrilled to partner with Six Nations Rugby on this unique opportunity to bring international rugby to fans across the United States and showcase the unmatched talent that will be on display over four thrilling weekends.

“FloSports has a proven track-record of fuelling growth and engagement across a variety of sports and we believe there is a dedicated fan base across the country that is looking for a consistent delivery of rugby matches and content.

“This partnership is the next step in our evolution to achieve that goal.”

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