Ahead of the next World Cup in Qatar, Sony Pictures Television is releasing a landmark study of the nearly 100-year-old tournament titled The moment of truth.
Sony Whisper and Final Replay are partnering with new sports streamer FIFA+, and the pair said the series will “look at the world’s favorite sport through the lens of human effort.” female captain Aya Miyama.
With access to the FIFA World Cup archives dating back to the first tournament in 1930, and behind-the-scenes insights from superstars, fans, commentators and the world’s leading psychologists, every issue will hit the headlines.
Sony distributes the game worldwide and FIFA+ provides the archive and does not receive any rights.
“Sport generates and ignites emotions like no other, especially football. AT moment of truthwe are reaching out to those who lived through important moments in the history of the world championships,” said Mark Cole, Managing Director of Whisper.
The controversial World Cup in Qatar kicks off in December and will be held in the northern hemisphere for the first time in winter.
Yesterday, the newly launched FIFA+ and several buyers reported that they had purchased a 90-minute art document. Brazil 2002: The Real Story after a deal with distributor Abacus Media Rights.