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2018 World Cup: Ski Net Sports broadcasts all 64 matches in real-time.
Soccer fans in Myanmar can view all 64 games of the 2018 World Cup Russia on Sky Net Sports Channels. World Cup games will be broadcasted on Sky Net Sports-1, Sports-6 and Sports HD Channels. Precautions have been taken for those who do not have Internet connection to the stream.
Twenty-two international sides will take part in the 2018 World Cup, which starts on 14 June. 64 games will be held in 12 locations in 11 Russian towns, the finale will take place on 15 July at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Under the name Shwe Than Lwin Media Co Ltd., Sky Net is a premier television broadcaster in Myanmar with approximately 2,000 people. Since November 2010, IT has been initiating DTH transmission and in February 2011 started MPS (Multi-Play Services), which currently broadcasts over 120 TV stations, most of which are paid TV stations, among them all important soccer games like Spain La Liga, Italia Serie A, Bundesliga, Barclays Premier League and French League 1.
It has also purchased the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and FIFA World Cup UEFA Champions League and has its own channel including Myanmar International, Myanmar National, Up to Date, Health, Education, Tine Yin Thar (ethnic minorities), Police, Parliament (Hluttaw) and Agriculture.
A special feature of Sky Net is that the daily fee is less than 14 US dollars, which is a reflection of Sky Net's good will towards the Myanmar population. Its slogan is "SKYNET For The People". Skynet uses satelite broadcasting to cover 100% of the entire state.
In order to sustain this fast pace of expansion and win back the favour of its clients, Sky Net is committed to expanding more TV viewing opportunities.