From tomorrow, i.e., August 25 through September 10, live streaming of the event will be available on the platform. This year’s World Cup will be staged in three nations for the first time: Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines. The games will be held at five locations throughout the three nations.
The top 32 teams in the world, which include the USA, Serbia, Australia, Japan, France, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, Greece, and many more, will compete for the prestigious cup. The most successful teams, with five titles apiece, are the USA and Yugoslavia, who will look for their sixth championship this time around.
Basketball enthusiasts can keep up with all the action via the FanCode mobile app (Android, iOS), TV app (available on Android TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Jio STB, Samsung TV, Airtel XStream, OTT Play, and www.fancode.com), and website (available on all major platforms).
Luka Doncic, Anthony Edwards, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Karl Anthony Towns, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Nikola Vucevic, Jordan Clarkson, Kyle Anderson, and Jonas Valanciunas are just a few of the biggest names in the game who will be competing. The tournament is going to involve more than 50 NBA players.
FanCode has served as the hub of worldwide basketball and has already streamed the NBA in the past. Moreover, it also has access to several of the best European basketball leagues and has already live-streamed the FIBA Basketball World Cup in 2019.