How to Live Stream matches with Betway?

Gone are the days where you had to go to the betting shop or to the pub in order for you to watch live matches. The availability of internet and the introduction of online betting has made it possible for bookmakers to offer live streaming services to their customers on a number of sporting disciplines. What this means is that if you have an adequate data plan, you can watch and bet on almost anything from anywhere you like provided you are a registered client because bookmakers are not ready to just offer free streaming services to people who are not their clients.
Several bookmakers are offering streams but of course they differ in the sports and leagues they choose to cover. One of the most popular sport when it comes to live streaming is soccer and this is so because soccer is a hugely popular sport and you can expect to bet on popular leagues like Serie A, La Liga, Ligue 1, Bundesliga and several others. This article seeks to show punters how they can live stream matches on Betway.

Betway Live Streaming
Betway offers its clients with live streaming options for dozens of sports, leagues and events daily including football, tennis, basketball, rugby and many others, you can access these directly from your computer or mobile device. Of course, not all matches are streamed live on Betway, but the ones that are streamed have a TV icon next to it. Alternatively you can view the Betway live streaming schedule by clicking on ‘Betway TV’ on the main menu to see what events are currently live and which are upcoming.
In order for you to enjoy Betway’s live streamed events, you must ensure that you have successfully registered for a betting account, which is free of charge and make a first deposit into your betting account. Once you have registered and made your first deposit, you can then enjoy Betway’s live streaming service.
Please note that streaming is absolutely free because there is no payment required, however your account must have a positive balance for you to stream matches.
NB. It is important to note however that the matches are not ‘live’ in the true sense of the word because there is typically a delay of 2 to 5 seconds, you need to take note of this if you are betting in-play on an event you are watching via live streaming.