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Streaming sites are dying

Bad news sports fans. It appears that all of the streaming sites are almost completely non-functional. There are endless attempts to lure visitors into downloading and installing dubious software like Ilivid and various others. I guess it was too good to last.
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Not to worry, hackers will learn new ways to get past this. They always do.

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what about the little x's?
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so are porn sites
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Has anyone had good experience with Sopcast for tennis matches?
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Has anyone had good experience with Sopcast for tennis matches?
I used sopcast to watch Eurosport.

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No they're not,really. You just gotta look at the right place.
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Streaming websites have never been as good as now.
And with the announcement that Eurosport is losing the right to broadcast tennis tournaments outside the Australian, the French and the US Open, they are gonna be even better, we hope.
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^I'm with you. It has never been better. For every dead link, there are 20 new ones alive
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Streaming websites have never been as good as now.
And with the announcement that Eurosport is losing the right to broadcast tennis tournaments outside the Australian, the French and the US Open, they are gonna be even better, we hope.
What are they dropping?

And for the topic, not at all.
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Streaming websites have never been as good as now.
And with the announcement that Eurosport is losing the right to broadcast tennis tournaments outside the Australian, the French and the US Open, they are gonna be even better, we hope.
Eurosport is managed by mugs (TF1 Group) . I subscribed to eurosport player for a year, i only used it once due to their poor choice of using silverlight (high cpu usage, mug technology for streaming) instead of flash, blame DRM…..

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i just go down the pub when a good match is on and ask them to put on the tennis... is good apart from everybody staring at me as if they are questioning my sexuality...

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they're actually questioning their own sexuality, confronted by someone with the sufficient heft of manhood to nonchalantly request tennis in a pub
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