Free Live Streaming, Euro 2012 football streaming
With the European Championships around the corner and the growing interest in in-play betting, live and legal streaming has become a great asset for punters and an important service for bookmakers.
Live Streaming Guide
Over the last few years, bookmakers have been competing heavily against one another online, to provide the best service possible to punters. That’s been down a variety of routes, like extremely competitive odds and consistent promotions but one thing that has become even more popular and important as a consequence, is live streaming. It’s become a key component to in-play betting, with the ability to watch what’s going in a football match for example, you are now able to make a more reasoned and informed choice of bet, thanks to you seeing the action first hand.
Due to the increase in both supply and demand, we at Wincomparator, naturally want to give you a hand and have created a guide on legal bookmaker streams.
Bwin are one of the online gambling industry’s big hitters with a global reputation amongst punters. They provide great odds and some unique services to customers, they’re also one of the latest to jump on the sports streaming bandwagon. Introducing their new service, Bwin live video has just recently gone… live. Covering the Premier League, other football leagues across the globe and alternative sports, where over 20 are promised! Don’t forget this June either, one of sport’s biggest events, the European Championships will be held and live video will of course be covering.
The best news of all though, it’s free! All you need to do is create a Bwin account. Overall, live video is a quality service but that’s no surprise, when it comes to Bwin, they always deliver.
Bet365, William Hill TV, Interwetten and Unibet Streaming
Competition drives any industry and while Bwin is fairly new to the live streaming market, some were already there. Here are a few others that provide a top class, legal streaming service:
Bet365 – One of the pioneers for bookmaker streams, a similar bookie to Bwin in terms of reputation and for good reason, Bet365’s streaming is concurrent with the rest of their services, excellent. Covering football (from the European leagues to the A League), tennis, basketball, volleyball and horse racing. There are no deposits or wagers required, a truly free deal!
Will Hill TV (WHTV) – One of the industry’s old boys, William Hill have a very focused ideal with streams, there are a multitude of league matches to watch in terms of football but staying true to their core, the only other sports that they cover are horse racing and basketball. To access, you need to be a joined member with a positive balance in your account.
Interwetten – One of the global brands, Interwetten have an expansive sports streaming service. Covering a fair few events and sports, with some more niche ones being available, like ice hockey and beach volleyball, this promises to be a valuable asset to any bettor. It’s a free service, all you need to do is sign up for an account!
Unibet – Last but certainly not least is Unibet and they really deliver. With so many football leagues and competitions covered, that’s impressive enough but they go one step further with other sports events, done in great detail like basketball’s Philippine League for example. Similarly to the rest, it’s mainly a sign up job but keep your wits about you, for larger events a deposit may be required.
Bwin - Bwin has announced that in conjunction with Sportfive they will show 150 live matches of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. These 150 football matches will be shown online and available on iPhone, Android, iPad and other tablets.