To watch live sport on the Sky Bet Player you have to be a registered Sky Bet account holder. To register for a Sky Bet account click here
The Sky Bet Player allows you to watch up to six live streamed events at the same time, and you can also browse upcoming events and place bets.
You can now watch more than 2,400 live sports events from around the globe on your PC through the new Sky Bet Player, including football from Europe (Serie A, Portugese Supa Liga, Bundesliga), Asia and South America as well as Internationals and the UEFA Cup. You can find a full list of upcoming events by clicking on the Schedule tab underneath the video.
Most events are free to watch, however some do require you to place a bet before you can watch them. These events will be clearly marked on the site.
Yes. Youll need to log into your Sky Bet account to watch the events.
Unfortunately the broadcaster does not allow us to broadcast the video stream in full screen mode.
Youll need to have at least version 22.214.171.124 of Adobe Flash Player installed. Click here to download the latest version.
Please make sure youre using one of the following web browsers:
If you have a Firewall (security hardware/software) or any other security software running on your PC it may affect your access to the site. You should take a look at the manufacturer's manual or contact them regarding the package/hardware configuration.
If you have an internet connection of greater than 500k, but experience a lot of re-buffering when viewing the 500k stream, the problem is most likely to be caused by network congestion over your ISP connection. You can test the current download bandwidth available to you using one of the following links:
The results of these tests need to be around 400kbits/s in order to successfully stream the 256k videos, and please take into account fluctuations in local bandwidth. Please contact your Broadband provider directly to resolve these issues.
Make sure that your computer has a sound card to play the audio and your audio levels are turned up. If you do have a sound card, the content thats being played probably uses compression software that isnt installed on your computer.
This issue may also occur if there isnt enough bandwidth to play both audio and video. You may receive sound but not video because audio requires less bandwidth.
Unfortunately for events that require you to place a bet, the video can only be viewed on the PC that the bet was placed. This is due to Digital Rights Management (DRM) which means that a video streaming feed is licensed to the specific PC.
If you attempt to watch the race on a different PC, youll see the following message:
"This race has been accessed from another computer using your account details. The live stream for a race may only be played on one computer using any given account. Please see our FAQs section for more details or contact Customer Care".
Internet Explorer 6 or higher:
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