August 24, 2017, 12:40:57 AM

Author Topic: The future of watching live games - streamed on Facebook?  (Read 1283 times)

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August 12, 2017, 05:13:42 AM
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MrWhite

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Rights holders skew their coverage towards certain teams. The way I see it those teams fans pay for our club to buy players, etc. I paid Everton to watch preseason, once the PL and the broadcasters work out how to do it fairly (ie like overseas broadcasters offering 380 games a year match choice) I'll consider paying them again. Since I've been using streams exclusively since 2011, and the rights value has increased hugely, seems my pennies do not affect their equations. Plus I pay Sky for decent broadband so they are getting a contribution, it's just not massively disproportional to what they let me watch.

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August 12, 2017, 09:11:18 AM
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I pay $15 a month here in Australia for every single premiership game, highlights, PL shows. Pretty good deal. I get it so cheap because it's linked to my phone contract.

August 12, 2017, 06:04:22 PM
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I pay $15 a month here in Australia for every single premiership game, highlights, PL shows. Pretty good deal. I get it so cheap because it's linked to my phone contract.

This is why I won't currently pay for it here. Takes the piss big time that other countries get all the games for a lot less. Supply and demand does account for some price difference but overall it's just economic bullying. Black out all the games you like, I am not going to watch some shit lower league team I don't give a fuck about.