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  Reply # 1452394 17-Dec-2015 16:59
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Ugh, what a waste of time. No streaming means this will fail harder than the DVD rewinder.

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  Reply # 1452447 17-Dec-2015 18:14
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If the aim is to try to get new people interested and can see the sense in trying a different broadcast method.

I've never got round to watching via twitch but will set the sky box to watch it out of curiosity.

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  Reply # 1452458 17-Dec-2015 18:30
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richms: Will it be in HD or will it be like twitch on low like the rest of skys SD muck?


Shows HD in my decoder but I have 2 decoders.

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  Reply # 1452563 17-Dec-2015 19:36
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MyRepublic, leading ISP in terms of false claims, and supposedly at the forefront of digital gaming, ensuring a game tournament they're involved in is not cast live on FTA TV, but on Sky TV, with no streaming. Seems about par for course, with MyRepublic, really. Disappointment after disappointment.

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  Reply # 1453087 18-Dec-2015 15:28
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toejam316: MyRepublic, leading ISP in terms of false claims, and supposedly at the forefront of digital gaming, ensuring a game tournament they're involved in is not cast live on FTA TV, but on Sky TV, with no streaming.


It's streamed live on Sky Go. That means if you don't have Sky, but has a mate (or parents) that does, use their Sky Go details to watch it live.

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  Reply # 1453091 18-Dec-2015 15:38
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I don't think they will have the know how to deliver a quality broadcast via twitch without hiccups. So going the Sky route this time. If it does end up on twitch that would be wicked.

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  Reply # 1453095 18-Dec-2015 15:42
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Anyone with an HDMI capture box and sky and a computer could put it onto twitch but I am sure that there would be repercussions on their account so perhaps would be wise to setup a burner one if you are doing that ;)




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  Reply # 1453112 18-Dec-2015 16:14
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Looks like they will be streaming on livestream.com

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  Reply # 1453140 18-Dec-2015 16:55
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stinger:
toejam316: MyRepublic, leading ISP in terms of false claims, and supposedly at the forefront of digital gaming, ensuring a game tournament they're involved in is not cast live on FTA TV, but on Sky TV, with no streaming.


It's streamed live on Sky Go. That means if you don't have Sky, but has a mate (or parents) that does, use their Sky Go details to watch it live.


Isn't this against Sky's ToS?

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  Reply # 1453142 18-Dec-2015 17:05
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The ads for this are getting quite annoying.



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  Reply # 1453143 18-Dec-2015 17:09
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toejam316: MyRepublic, leading ISP in terms of false claims, and supposedly at the forefront of digital gaming, ensuring a game tournament they're involved in is not cast live on FTA TV, but on Sky TV, with no streaming.


It's streamed live on Sky Go. That means if you don't have Sky, but has a mate (or parents) that does, use their Sky Go details to watch it live.


Isn't this against Sky's ToS?


probably.  but since when did anyone follow any companys TOS?



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  Reply # 1453522 19-Dec-2015 14:54
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richms: Will it be in HD or will it be like twitch on low like the rest of skys SD muck?


looks like HD to me.  Could be wrong but.

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