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  # 1234099 10-Feb-2015 13:37
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trig42: Does anyone know of paid streams for International or Super Rugby?

I am happy to pay for a stream of an All Blacks Test, or some S15 games, but be blowed if I am going to pay $299 for a season of S15.

Note to Sky, if you make things too expensive, you encourage people finding it from other sources.


http://www.rugby.livesport.tv/ they say they have super rugby and the rugby championship, plus 6 nations and some euro stuff. you will need to bypass the geoblock. there is a page on there saying which rights they have for each country.

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  # 1234100 10-Feb-2015 13:40
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BigMal: google XBMC and IPTV and SPORTS

There are alternatives out there that offer more content than Sky for 1/10th the price.


recently started to use xbmc, Iv had a go at Gensis plugin, but i find the live streams are not reliable. Do you know of any paid/free ones that are reliable.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1234107 10-Feb-2015 13:54
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JarrodM:

http://www.rugby.livesport.tv/ they say they have super rugby and the rugby championship, plus 6 nations and some euro stuff. you will need to bypass the geoblock. there is a page on there saying which rights they have for each country.

 


I've seen that site before but something about it makes me nervous about handing over my credit card details.

Has anyone here had any experience with this service?

There's also Now TV in the UK but you need a UK credit card to access. Might work with Entropay though?!

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  # 1234113 10-Feb-2015 14:02
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MileHighKiwi:
JarrodM:

http://www.rugby.livesport.tv/ they say they have super rugby and the rugby championship, plus 6 nations and some euro stuff. you will need to bypass the geoblock. there is a page on there saying which rights they have for each country.

I've seen that site before but something about it makes me nervous about handing over my credit card details.

Has anyone here had any experience with this service?


this is from a couple of years ago but seems they are official http://www.sanzarrugby.com/therugbychampionship/news/details-for-the-rugby-championship-live-sport-online-viewing-service/ I know a couple of people who have used livesport for a-league football, what i saw the quality didn't seem to be hd.

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  # 1234179 10-Feb-2015 14:46
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TV3 on demand :P

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  # 1234256 10-Feb-2015 16:53
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im only interested in stuff that is legal or legitimate. i only need sport.

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  # 1234257 10-Feb-2015 17:00
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Besides SkyTV, is it possible to watch live Formula One motor racing in High Definition in New Zealand?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1234259 10-Feb-2015 17:01
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Zippity: Besides SkyTV, is it possible to watch live Formula One motor racing in High Definition in New Zealand?


I believe Sky TV has sole rights to F1 in NZ




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  # 1234264 10-Feb-2015 17:21
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wouldnt it be nice if there was a netflix for sport, netsport :-)

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  # 1234267 10-Feb-2015 18:08
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TeaLeaf: so I have a redundant but working 4 year old lappy, i could use this as a kodi machine?

and i need a vpn or dns service?

Im thinking of trialling getflix, would this suffice?



Could try Hola.org Extension for chrome initally, Unotelly is/was a sponsor of geekzone.

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  # 1234301 10-Feb-2015 19:41
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TeaLeaf: im only interested in stuff that is legal or legitimate. i only need sport.


Depending on your definition then it may be sky or nothing.




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  # 1234308 10-Feb-2015 20:19
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gumdigger:
BigMal: google XBMC and IPTV and SPORTS

There are alternatives out there that offer more content than Sky for 1/10th the price.


recently started to use xbmc, Iv had a go at Gensis plugin, but i find the live streams are not reliable. Do you know of any paid/free ones that are reliable.


I used this one initially https://www.infusum.tv/ but it was a bit pricey at 23USD per month and there idea of "watch on any device" is actually "any device you can install Kodi on."

People also use this one http://offsidestreams.com/ although I've never tried it.

I now use another service that is 50 channels of live sport, and by sport I mean EVERY SINGLE SPORT.  Streams are also superb quality.  It's an invite only service that I managed to fluke an invite to thanks to twitter :-)  And has apps for many different devices, not just a Kodi app.



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  # 1235671 11-Feb-2015 13:50
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BigMal: People also use this one http://offsidestreams.com/ although I've never tried it.

You are better off using one of those pre-paid online credit cards there, i have had numerous problems with my details being stolen there multiple times.

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  # 1236220 12-Feb-2015 07:23
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anyone got a web stream ready for the cricket world cup? I found a couple but they are country focused - so Aussie stream will be aussie games, India be india and so on - and trying to find one that either shows NZ games or ALL games - and yes want a legal stream that I can pay for - 

Been offered Sky TV but don't really want to get that as its an ongoing expense, just want to be able to enjoy the Cricket World Cup somehow.


Any suggestions? I have global mode so location won't really matter :)



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  # 1238985 14-Feb-2015 17:03
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Just a heads up that the HSBC Sevens World Series being played in Las Vegas is on http://universalsports.com/rugby/ at the moment.

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