The Rugby League World Cup (RLWC) 2021 is set to kick off with a match between England and Samoa men on 15 October at St James Park and conclude in Manchester with the wheelchair final on 18 November and the men’s and women’s finals in a spectacular double header at Old Trafford on 19 November.
For the first time in tournament history the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions will take place at the same time with all 61 matches set to be broadcast live on the BBC, with over 600 players and 32 teams taking part in fixtures across 17 host towns and cities and 21 stadiums across the country including London, Manchester, Newcastle, York, Leeds, Coventry, and Sheffield.
This year’s tournament, delayed from 2021 to 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will be the 16th edition of the Rugby League World Cup and world-renowned crypto exchange Coinex will be cheering on all the teams as the Exclusive Cryptocurrency Trading Platform partner of the tournament
CoinEx believes cryptocurrencies play an increasing role in the sport industry. They are dedicated to simplifying crypto trading.
CoinEx is available in 16 languages including English, Spanish and Portuguese. It offers services and products that include spot trading and futures contracts. They also offer margin trading and mining. Over 3,000,000 users can use the exchange to trade crypto currencies in more than 200 countries. It also offers trading sections for BTC and BCH as well as stablecoins. Additionally, the exchange has 600+ innovative, first-rate cryptos that provide crypto traders with additional trading options.
Over the last year, CoinEx has earned user recognition with easy-to-use products, fast, stable performance, and smooth deposits/withdrawals.
CoinEx looks forward to seeing the incredible performances at RLWC2021, and being part the largest and best inclusive Rugby League World Cup ever.