2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Available on PlayOn

Sun, Jun 13, 2010

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‘Tis the season for soccer, and the FIFA World Cup has millions of people around the world watching from bars, at home, at work, and on the go. TriplePoint client MediaMall Technologies, Inc. has announced that users can also view the World Cup South Africa games via PlayOn on any DLNA-compatible network device.

The games will be available through the ESPN3 channel, a new addition to the PlayOn lineup. PlayOn streams online video content to your TV via game consoles, like Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation3. Subscribers to the service are all set to watch the matches now, and new users receive a 14 day free trial. Subscriptions are $39.99 for the first year and $19.99 for subsequent years. You can download the service and start streaming the World Cup games here.

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