Olympic Games champions Fiji are hot favourites to win their third title after missing out in the last two tournaments.
World Cup Sevens defending champions and Commonwealth Gold medallists New Zealand are among the favourites including World Series champions South Africa, Australia, England and hosts USA.
Digicel Fiji CEO, Mike Greig said rugby sevens is the pulse of the nation and our viewers in Fiji and the Pacific will get to watch every second of world-class rugby action featuring the top sevens playing nations in the three-day tournament.
“The Rugby World Cup Sevens is one of the most-looked forward to events and we are excited to be able to showcase it to our Pacific audience. Interest in Rugby Sevens has grown immensely and logs the highest viewership during the World Sevens Series season.”
The Rugby World Cup Sevens live broadcast starts at 8 am on Saturday morning and will culminate with the Championship Final at 12.49 pm next Monday.
You can view live broadcast match fixtures on our website: http://www.skypacific.tv/TvGuide