Have you got a device available that can be used for internet and streaming live sport?

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asked Mar 18, 2016 in Devices by Pierre (140 points)

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i used an router bought on takealot and one from makro after an power surge broke the first. Both worked fine steaming video on an 2mb line.

unless you not sure how to setup the device you will be fine with buying one for an retail store and most would work for your usage.

 

hope it helps

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answered Mar 24, 2016 by qvheerden (3,990 points)
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You will find it hard to get free apps that are reliable. I install and develop Kodi and dedicated IPTV boxes, and always install a premium IPTV service, as free ususlly dies when the customer is watching a match… and then the phonecalls start!

Go to Get Ace TV and take a free trial. At weekends the trial is £2 / 24hrs.

You might also try Gears, Dreamstreams,IPguys or Flawless, but I rate Ace 10/10
answered Mar 21, 2019 by Yanns (1,200 points)
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Firstly, are you planning to acquire Live Streaming Rights or are you going to capture the Live Feeds by yourself? Both ways work for you!

It is very simple to start your own Live Streaming Service for Sports. All you need is a camera to capture the feeds and a server to upload the captured feeds. The next thing would be a good stable network connection depending upon How many concurrent users you are looking to target.

Point the Camera to the Live Feed and connect its Output feed to the server. You would require an additional software like FME to encode the acquired Live feed and convert it into HLS/RTMP feed. This totally depends upon the method you choose for Live Streaming.
answered Mar 21, 2019 by Mefyme (1,160 points)
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As I cut the cord, I also faced this issue. Having looked through other people's posts on the topic, I bought Amazon Firestick. I should say, I haven't regretted my choice. There is a great amount of Kodi builds and apps, both free and paid ones. Speaking about live sport streaming, I use Sportz TV app. This IPTV service covers a wide range of media types including live TV. So, I can watch all games without any issues.
answered Mar 11 by Erika2233 (460 points)
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