No. It says it is available to view in ninety countries.
We watched State of Origin in Denmark, with a couple of dozen people in a bar. The interest for the World Cup matches will be far, far bigger. That is because they will know the significance of an international match.
I find it bizarre that people would argue against such a thing. Have you been out of rugby league areas?
That is great in theory but unless England are playing New Zealand or Australia there aren't any international teams that are worth playing. Wales and France just aren't strong enough and won't be for the foreseeable future.
Sure a three test series against Australia or New Zealand or a Tri Nations will capture the public imagination but in the absence of that there are a lack of meaningful representative games.
As such Yorkshire v Lancashire is probably the best option available.
Of course there is always the argument that British Rugby League doesn't need a representative game but I would disagree with that.