O2 Matchday lets armchair England rugby fans listen to the ref in real-time

O2 Matchday lets armchair England rugby fans listen to the ref in real-time

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New Two matches into the 6 Nations rugby Championship, O2 has officially launched a new app aimed primarily at armchair England fans, letting viewers at home access a dedicated channel to the referee’s microphone. Visitors to Twickenham were already able to access Reflink‘s technology via a dedicated device procurable from kiosks...
O2 Matchday lets armchair England rugby fans listen to the ref in real-time
                                       

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