If you look around the gadgets in your house or think through the movies, music or video games you took in over the past year, there’s a good chance Sony was involved. We all recognize Sony as a household name, but you may not be aware Sony’s PlayStation Vue is streaming all of this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™. The U.S. Women’s National Team is a strong favorite to win it all, and the competition is drawing record viewership.

The U.S. Women’s National Team took home the FIFA Women’s World Cup championship when the games were last played in Canada in 2015. Over the seven times the quadrennial tournament has been held, they’ve managed to win three championships, been runners-up once, and placed third three times. And let’s not forget about the four Olympics Gold Medals the U.S. Women’s National Team has won. In short, they’re an absolute powerhouse.

This summer it’s possible for cord cutters, soccer fanatics, and TV lovers anywhere to watch every second of the global tournament thanks to Amazon Pay, Fire TV, and Sony’s PlayStation Vue. Since October of last year, the PlayStation Vue live streaming TV service has incorporated Amazon Pay, as well as all of Fire TV’s live channels; now PlayStation Vue is making it easy for Amazon customers to catch all the action live.

Of course, this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup is in France, which might make it difficult for some American viewers to catch all the action. That’s not a problem for PlayStation Vue users, who can record every game with its powerful cloud-based DVR as part of every subscription package. Keep in mind – you don’t need to have a PlayStation console to get the PlayStation Vue service, just download the PS Vue app on any Fire TV device, including Fire TV Stick, Stick 4K, Cube, new Fire TV Edition Smart TVs.

If you don’t want to miss this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup – and trust us, you don’t – you can download the Fire TV app from PlayStation Vue right here; Fire tablet users can also get the app for free here.

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