Kayo only place to see all 92 games FIBA World Cup live & on demand

The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 features a record 32 participating teams.

Kayo will be the only place to see all 92 matches of the FIBA Basketball World Cup tournament live and on demand, as a star-studded Australian team vies for an elusive first time World Cup medal.

Two of the biggest names in Aussie hoops were on hand yesterday to launch Kayo’s coverage of the 69-year-old tournament.

Phoenix Suns and Australian Boomers Centre, Aaron Baynes was joined by his World Cup teammate and Melbourne United Captain, Chris Goulding (pictured) at the event.

For fans that can’t watch the action live, Kayo will offer every game on demand, meaning that subscribers can catch up anywhere, anytime, on their TV or favourite device.

Kayo Minis, which offer a condensed highlights package for those who can’t catch the full game, will be available for select fixtures, including all of the Australian and USA games, plus the finals.

The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 will be the biggest edition of FIBA’s flagship event with a record 32 participating teams.

In its 18th edition, the FIBA Basketball World Cup will take place in China for the first time ever. The tournament will be played in 8 cities – Beijing, Foshan, Wuhan, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Nanjing, Shanghai and Guangzhou – across 5 provinces.

The Final of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 will take place in Beijing on Sunday September 15 2019. The newly-crowned world champions will receive the new FIBA Basketball World Cup Trophy.

The tournament begins on Saturday, 31 August, with the Boomers’ campaign getting underway on Sunday, 1 September against Canada.

Fans can watch a series of documentaries and official films, which will be available on the platform from Monday, 26 August.

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