How Many of You Stream Live Sports?

How Many of You Stream Live Sports?

  • Often (weekly or more)

    Votes: 23 65.7%
  • Rarely (once in a blue moon)

    Votes: 7 20.0%
  • Never (self explanitory)

    Votes: 5 14.3%

  • Total voters
    35

TractorBoys

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Title pretty much covers it, how many of you use the likes of wiziwig (that was), firstrow, etc? Vote in poll please.
 

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Never. I have Sky Sports now, but beforehand I couldn't be arsed with the shit quality and the fact they always fell about 5 minutes behind.
 

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Why do you want to know? I'm a little worried...
 

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I find it such a faff to find a reliable connection that doesn't buffer every minute, and avoiding the dodgy links and malware that you get with many of those sites. Add in the hard work of effectively watching a match through a post box resolution half the time with poor quality of picture. And I just stick the radio on. Or go down the local, or round a mate who has Sky, if I'm feeling fancy.
 

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People who pay Sky £50+ a month are the real criminals.
 

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I stream be fucked if I can afford to pay an extra £30 per month for Sky Sports, and another err £20 a month for BT Sports? Total rip offs. Plus technically watching a stream isn't illegal yet :D
 

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I stream when I have to, I used to use bloodzeed's streams but now you need to use certain VPN's and stuff.
 

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I used to use bloodzeed, isn't it a paid for steam now?

I only use Acestream for streaming, pretty much guaranteed a decent quality with very little lag and more often than not with English commentary.

Yeah, apparently so. I've not looked for a while but I don't think it's too expensive for his streams though. I'd imagine they're pretty bang on if we have to.

I used Acestream, had great picture quality but always had annoying lag.
 

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Only when they are not on TV. The quality is too shit, I'm gonna make the most of my 4K telly damnit. Exceptions are NHL games (when they are on at a decent hour) as I don't pay for NHL GCL anymore
 

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I used to use firstrow, but this season i've really struggled to get a decent link on their and the picture quality is poor and it sticks all the time, which is annoying. I decided to use feed2all and it's excellent. The picture quality is very good and i can enjoy watching a whole match without any problems. If anybody hasn't tried feed2all then i would recommend it.
 

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I use feed2all the best streaming site i've found yet,best picture and less freezing,sometimes the sound isn't the best but at least it's free.
 

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I use feed2all the best streaming site i've found yet,best picture and less freezing,sometimes the sound isn't the best but at least it's free.

Did you type that after you saw my post above:lol:
 

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I confess!

I have BT Sport and often go to the pub to watch games, but if United aren't on live TV I will stream their game. I would gladly pay a PPV deal for United games if it came to it.

I don't need Sky because I only watch United games live. The only reason I have BT Sport is you get it with their Internet package.

I use a site called Ronaldo7 where the bloke posts several links to different streamers.

As for the poll, I sit between the first and second option.
 

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I probably use streaming sites on an almost daily basis, the only sports that I'm interested in are football, cricket, athletics, darts and snooker, there are some really good sites available with good video & audio and with very little freezing or buffering, and as all of the afternoon start times in England are at silly o'clock in the early hours for me I tend to watch the games after they have finished here which I find excellent, as with most sites adblocker is advisable.
 
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Yeah, apparently so. I've not looked for a while but I don't think it's too expensive for his streams though. I'd imagine they're pretty bang on if we have to.

I used Acestream, had great picture quality but always had annoying lag.

Nah, it's still free from his footballol link. First result on google when you search bloodzeed.
 

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I use Mobdro, it's generally fine but at times it's really laggy or just stops working. I'll check out some of the other sites, feed2all sounds good.
 

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openbox is the way to go ( so i hear) .......watch any match for free in HD with uk commentators
 

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