SALFORD RED DEVILS VS HULL FC TO BE STREAMED ON OUR LEAGUE

Salford Red Devils and Hull FC, the two clubs who were groundbreakers for the first Betfred Super League fixture to be streamed on a pay-per-view basis on the Our League App, will again feature in match two, on Sunday, May 28th.

This time the fixture will be played at the Salford Stadium, where Paul Rowley’s Red Devils will be aiming to complete a double after their stunning 60-14 win at the MKM Stadium in March.

Whereas for Tony Smith’s Black and Whites, the match will provide an opportunity to confirm the subsequent improvement which has seen them win their last three fixtures.

Six-camera coverage will again be provided by In Touch Productions, led by Neville Smith, who drove Sky Sports’ pioneering coverage of Rugby League in the UK for two decades – and allowing the appointment of a video referee.

Fraser Dainton will be the commentator with RL legend Adrian Morley returning to home territory in Salford as the expert summariser.

Fans at home and abroad will be able to buy a live streaming pass for £4.95 in advance of the game – increasing to £10 on the day of the match.

To buy a live streaming pass, for £4.95 until midnight on Friday night and then £10 on Saturday, click Rugby League (rugby-league.com) – if you’re not already an Our League member, you can register on that link for free.

For more information on how to sign up to Our League – click Rugby League (rugby-league.com)

Our League was launched by the RFL in late 2017 as a free membership scheme for Rugby League supporters, and now has well over 250,000 members. It has offered content including Cup draws and live coverage of a wide range of matches including England men’s and women’s internationals.

However, nothing beats watching the Entertainers in person and a range of tickets are still available to buy by clicking HERE.

OUR LEAGUE STREAMING HULL FC VS SALFORD RED DEVILS ON SATURDAY

Salford Red Devils and Hull FC will break new ground for the Betfred Super League this Saturday afternoon (March 11th) when their Round 4 fixture is streamed live on the Our League app.

It will become the first ever pay-per-view streamed Super League fixture – making the action accessible to all supporters, in the UK and worldwide.

Fans will be able to buy a live streaming pass for £4.95 in advance of the game – increasing to £10 on the day of the match.

For more information on how to sign-up – click Rugby League (rugby-league.com)

Match coverage will start at 2.45pm, ahead of kick-off at 3pm at the MKM Stadium in Hull – and the match will have a video referee.

RL Commercial, in partnership with Sky Sports, have been working with the Betfred Super League clubs to identify several matches in the 2023 season to explore the potential audience for pay-per-view streaming.

Rhodri Jones, the RL Commercial Managing Director, said: “We’re excited by the potential of this first ever pay-per-view streaming fixture, to allow more supporters to watch an attractive match, and to generate more revenue for the clubs involved – and we are grateful to Hull FC, Salford Red Devils and our broadcast partners Sky Sports for making it possible.

“Pay-per-view streaming is a way of allowing more people to watch matches that are not currently televised, from wherever they are in the world – and the development of the Our League app over the last five years has provided Rugby League and the Betfred Super League with a great platform for that.”

Hull FC Chief Executive, James Clark, added: “We are entering a pivotal era for the sport where we must break new ground to raise the profile of the game and grow our fan base – and our online and digital strategy will need to be central to this.

“Whilst nothing can replace the excitement and drama of being there in person, this is the next best thing, and we look forward to playing our part in helping the sport push new boundaries – starting with what we hope will be an exciting match day on Saturday.”

Ian Blease, the Salford Red Devils Director of Rugby & Operations, said: “As part of a continuing effort to grow Rugby League, introducing a pay-per-view streaming service allows more and more people to watch the sport we love.

“Experiencing a game live will always be the best way to capture the atmosphere, but also having the ability to watch remotely can only be a good thing.”

Our League was launched by the RFL in late 2017 as a free membership scheme for Rugby League supporters, and now has well over 250,000 members. It has offered content including Cup draws and live coverage of a wide range of matches including England men’s and women’s internationals.

But nothing beats watching the action live! You can be there in person at the MKM Stadium this Saturday to watch Hull FC take on the Salford Red Devils.

To buy tickets for the match – click HERE.

To buy a live streaming pass, for £4.95 until midnight on Friday night and then £10 on Saturday, click Rugby League (rugby-league.com) – if you’re not already an Our League member, you can register on that link for free.

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