World Rugby ensures the selection of Host Broadcast Services (HBS) to host the Men’s and Women’s Rugby World Cups. Building on a successful partnership to host the most-watched rugby event ever at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.
The award-winning specialist will provide ‘turnkey’ services for the Women’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. Later this year and the Men’s Rugby World Cup in France in 2023. With a focus on creating advanced content and accessibility to extend. The range and appeal of the Rugby World Cup. Present sporting events in a sustainable way.
This includes working with World Rugby on the overall production planning. Project management of the top events for men and women under the age of 15. Creating a seamless environment for the delivery of broadcast equipment and technology. Staff expertise across the playing field, and the implementation and operation of the International Rugby Union.
Broadcast Hub, in partnership with World Rugby’s Content and Digital team
Broadcast Hub, in partnership with World Rugby’s Content and Digital team. Serves copyrighted broadcasters around the world through satellite distribution. Digital services, and content creation.
Alan Gilpin, CEO of World Rugby, said: “We are delighted to once again partner with HBS to provide state-of-the-art broadcasts. For our showcase tournaments. HBS’s delivery will help millions of fans around the world Looking to the 2021 and 2023 Rugby World Cups. They will take part in rugby’s greatest competition. Like never before through exciting broadcast innovations. All with sustainability and efficiency in mind.”
Dan Miodownik, chief executive of HBS, said: “We are pleased to have once again entrusted World Rugby. To host a major event for them and look forward to hosting the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. France of the sport is a great opportunity to work closely with World Rugby. To present a comprehensive and compelling product to right holders and the public around the world.”
Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in 2022
The 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan is the most-watched rugby event of all time. With a global audience of over 857 million through World Rugby’s network of entitled broadcast partners. A 26% increase from the last English Championship. Despite the slowdown from France and the UK. The traditionally dominant rugby broadcast markets. The event’s cumulative live audience grew 5% from 479 million in 2015 to 501 million in 2019.
Back in France, the unforgettable 2007 Men’s Rugby World Cup. Rugby’s premier market and host of the 2024 Paris Olympics. Represents the sport’s ability to reach more people in more countries than ever before.
World Rugby and HBS are also looking to build on the award-winning success of 2019. To vaccinate new innovation and eagerness into the broadcast service for the 2021 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in 2022. One of the “must-see” events on the sports calendar, this will be a big moment for the sport as the first women’s event is held in the Southern Hemisphere, in the hometown of world champion Black Ferns.
Gilpin added: “We are extremely happy about the 2021 Rugby World Cup that HBS plans to host in 2022 and the chance to showcase the highpoint of elite women’s rugby to new audiences for the first time through HBS’ broadcasting expertise Women’s Games – from the field to the boardroom – is our main development focus and we are deeply committed to harnessing New Zealand’s incredible energy to inspire more women and girls to join the rugby family.”