Recently, in an ordinance published in the Official Gazette of the Union, the Ministry of Economy authorized the shorter working hours on match days for Brazil in the 2022 World Cup.
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According to data from the company specialized in streaming MultiTV, subscription TV streaming is the best option to follow the 2022 World Cup🇧🇷 The twenty-second edition of the international football event will take place in Qatar from November 20 to December 18, 2022.

The games will be held on different days and times, however, during the first and second day there will be four matches per day, at 7:00 am, 10:00 am, 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Unfortunately, some workers will not be released from work during the disputes, so streaming to watch the Cup can be of great help.

“People may not be able to keep up with football matches. Qatar Cup while they are working, because of this, streaming will be a strong ally of football fans, who after hours will be able to follow the main news and news of the competition through channels such as ESPN, Band, SBT and Record”said MultTV’s commercial director, Carolina Santos.

Recently, in an ordinance published in the Official Gazette of the Union, the Ministry of Economy authorized the shorter working hours on match days for Brazil in the 2022 World Cup.Source: Shutterstock

Where to Watch the 2022 World Cup?

The MultTV service provides live programming via streaming of more than 70 open and closed channels – customers can watch sports programs such as SportsCenter, Linha de Passe, Resenha ESPN, Baita Amigos, Jogo Aberto, Arena SBT, among others.

The company also states that the channels will be available at the main regional providers that receive their signal via headend sharing and streaming, such as NetSpeed, NipBR, Gigabyte Telecom and Netline Telecom.

“We are happy to offer ISP customers the best streaming experience. Having the possibility to leave work and find out about the World Cup games through the most watched sports programs today is a great opportunity.”, the commercial director added.

Are you ready to see Brazil beat a pool towards the sixth? So stay tuned here at TechWorld and stay tuned for all Qatar Cup updates!

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