While virtually ignored by the majority of countries around the world, Google’s surprisingly excellent connected-TV platform Android TV is rather well supported by our American friends, with this trend continuing further as ESPN and Starz find their way onto selected Android TV devices.
While many viewers had already been disappointed by the UK’s free-to-air Formula One coverage shifting from the BBC to Channel 4, life for racing fans may get even worse, as from 2019 Sky will force almost all of the Formula One behind a paywall.
It’s March 2016, and the hugely popular ICC World Twenty20 is about to begin. Cricket may be the greatest sport known to mankind, but you’d be surprised how difficult it can be to watch live in some parts of the world. Check out our guide on how to watch the event on your living room TV, wherever you are!
Who would have thought that one of the best places to watch live televised cricket from around the world could be US-based? Willow TV covers a reasonable selection of global cricket for $15 per month, contract-free, but it’s not without its pitfalls either.
It’s that time of the year again, and if you find yourself somewhere in the world where you either have no live coverage, or prefer commentary in English, then check out our guide on how to watch Super Bowl 50 wherever you are in the world.
With the 2016 Six Nations Rugby Championship about the begin, there may be a few people around the world scratching their heads on how to watch it. No worries, as we’ve got the guide on how to watch wherever you are!
Free sports apps that actually stream live sport are unfortunately not as common as we’d like to see, which is why we love the new 7Tennis app that has just appeared on the Apple TV 4’s Australian app store – providing live streams of the Australian Open and the Seven Network’s primary channels!
Once again, it’s time for the Rugby World Cup, the 4th largest sporting event in the world after the FIFA World Cup, Summer Olympics and the Cricket World Cup. And this year England plays host to the 20 nations competing. Having trouble watching live games in your country? No worries… we’ve got you covered!
Want to watch Wimbledon, but it’s not so easy where you are right now? What if I said there was a commercial free live stream available over the Internet, with every match in HD, from one of the world’s biggest broadcasters and delivered to your main TV free of charge? Well… read on!