Which Betting Sites Have Live Streaming?by Steven Hubbard
Live streaming is an awesome and important feature for live betting. I am sure you have seen examples of live streams either on Facebook, Twitch, Youtube etc. You can live stream on your computer, tablet or phone for free. Watching a live feed of an event is the best way to enhance your live betting experience.
All bookies now offer in-play betting and there is no better way to pick a bet than watching the game live. Along with all your sporting knowledge, you will be able to see first hand, how the team/players are performing, thus making it that much easier to choose a bet.
Pre-game bets are great but in sports nothing is certain. You can tell a lot about a game of football by watching it live, whether the teams are performing or not. Who looks most likely to score the next goal etc. Be aware that there is usually a 5-30 second delay when live streaming.
Currently, there are only a few bookies that offer a live streaming service. With each bookie having different rules for how to watch their live stream. So instead of explaining a general overview of how to live stream, we will explain for each individual bookie. This guide is for the UK and Irish customers only.
Unibet has one of the best live streaming services out there. With hundreds of different events available each month. Their service is free, but you need money in your account or have placed a bet within 24 hours of the stream you want to watch.
You can see which events have the live feed by checking their calendar, those that do will have a TV icon next to the event. There is also a filter to show just live feed games.
Unibet has a delay of around 10 seconds but sometimes it can be more depending on your internet speed.
William Hill also offers a very decent live streaming service covering a wide variety of different sports. Their service is free for all sports apart from Horse Racing and Greyhounds. William Hill Racing TV is available on a race by race basis, providing you place at least a £1.00 single bet.
However, the free sports feature Tennis, Basketball, Football and many more. Again, all you need is money in your account or a bet placed in the previous 24 hours. William Hill has a live streaming page with all the events available to stream. Events with a live feed also have a yellow TV icon. William Hill has a delay of 10-30 seconds depending on your internet speed.
Betsson has a pretty cool live streaming service with plenty of sports available. This service is free and you just need to have money in your account. You can watch Football, Ice Hockey, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball and Volleyball all for free.
Betsson recommends downloading their award-winning app to enjoy the best live streaming experience. To find games to stream, go to the live lobby and look for events with a yellow “Play” button. You cannot view in full screen unless you stream via their app. You can also watch multiple live events by opening more windows in your browser.
bwin has one of the most impressive live streaming services out there. Up to 1000 different live sports every month and up to 50 live events a day. In fact, you have over 20 different sports to choose from too!
The service is once again free, you just need to deposit at least £10 to activate your account but don’t worry, no money will be taken. The delay is around 2-4 seconds but it can be a lot longer depending on your internet speed. You need money in your account or a bet in the last 24 hours to continue watching the live feeds for free.
Paddy Power has a great selection of live events to stream for free. You can watch plenty of Football, Basketball and Tennis matches. All you need is money in your account or a bet in the last 24 hours. You can see which events have a live stream by looking for a grey play button.
You can also watch Horse Racing in the UK, Ireland and UAE for a price. Place at least £1 on a race to race basis to watch their live feed.
10Bet has an awesome live streaming service with plenty of events from different sports available. You can choose from Football, Tennis, NBA, Ice Hockey and many more to come. To watch all you need is money in your account (at least £1) and you are good to go!
Simply click on any event with a TV logo alongside it and the live stream will begin 2 minutes before the event starts. For the full list of events open the “Live Schedule” page and click on the “Live Streaming tab at the top of the events list. There is a 10-30 second delay or longer depending on your internet speed.
Betfred has its live streaming service limited to just Horse Racing. It is not free to watch and requires at least a £1 bet on a race to race basis. The streaming is covering all UK and Irish racecourses. There is typically a 30-second delay but it can be worse depending on your internet speed.
At BetVictor you can watch all the live Horse Racing from the UK, Ireland, South Africa and the UAE. It is not a free service, but all you need to do is bet at least £1 on a qualifying race to be eligible for the live stream. You will be notified by a streaming button at the top of the race card. When you see “Watch Race” your stream is ready to watch.
BoyleSports has their own “Bet and Watch” live streaming service for Horse Racing. As you could probably guess, you need £1 or more bet on the race you want to watch. The live feed with begin around 5 seconds before the race is scheduled to start and will last for about 8-10 minutes.