Free global live streaming will be available outside of territories covered by the broadcasting agreements, with fans able to watch here.

Twitter-owned SnappyTV will share action and instant replays from live broadcasts, in cooperation with WBSC’s broadcast partners, with the aim of stimulating social media sharing and discussion.

Fan favorite highlights will be produced and video-on-demand will be available to worldwide audiences through WBSC’s official social media platforms, following the conclusion of each match.

In Group A, hosts South Korea will play Venezuela, Cuba and newcomers Pakistan, while Japan will begin their bid for a fifth consecutive Women’s Baseball World Cup title against Canada, The Netherlands and India in Group B.

Group C will feature the United States, the number two ranked side in the world, as well as Hong Kong, Australia and Chinese Taipei.

Competition is due to take place from September 3-11.