BOLAKING Announces the Launching of an Updated Website for Upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018

Articles, updates, live scores and more are now available on BOLAKING’s updated website and will run throughout the month-long 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament. Football teams from 32 countries vie for the prestigious World Cup trophy held in Russia.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - April 16, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Just in time for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup, BOLAKING Sports Club launches updated website.

The newly updated site provides the latest football prediction articles, updates, live scores, etc. leading up to and throughout the month-long tournament that runs from 14 June to 15 July. Thirty-two football teams hailing from member countries of the FIFA association will compete for the coveted World Cup trophy.

The prestigious international competition is only held once every four years which draws viewers and fans from around the globe who support their chosen teams. FIFA World Cup 2018 will be held in Russia and is the first time a European nation has hosted the tournament since the 2006 event in Germany. Russia is the largest country geographically to host the World Cup and all stadiums venues, with the exception of one, are located in European Russia in order for easy management for travelers.

The recently updated website already contains interesting prediction and informational articles on competing teams and key players in its blog. Once the tournament begins, users will also be able to follow live scores, important updates and other news as it unfolds.

“BOLAKING.Club is the perfect website to learn about, compare and follow favorite football teams competing in FIFA World Cup 2018. All pertinent information is contained on this one central site to help users determine those teams with the best chances of winning the coveted World Cup.” – BOLAKING

About the Company: BOLAKING is an online sporting agency that provides sports related products and services to their members. They maintain a Member Service Support Team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with troubleshooting and other issues.

Contact Info:
Name: Wayne Sedo
Email: info@bolaking.club
Organization: BOLAKING
Address: Jalan 1/155B, Bukit Jalil 57000 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Phone: 01128662183

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