Live Streaming

Enjoy the complete in-play betting experience with live video feeds of thousands of top-tier events!

You can now take advantage of top-quality live video streaming of an unbeatable range of top sports events – just look for the icon and you’ll be able to watch all the action direct from your desktop, laptop or mobile device.

All players with a positive account balance (£1.00 or more) get access to this superb service.

Simply click on any event with the icon alongside it and the live stream will begin 2 minutes before it starts.

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For the full list of events you can watch, view the Live Schedule and look for the icon.

Enjoy premium live football action, including some of Europe’s finest league, cup and international competitions plus NBA, tennis, ice hockey and so much more in store!



Does 10Bet Live Streaming cost extra?

You don’t need to pay anything to take full advantage of our Live Streaming service. The only condition is that you need to have a positive account balance (£1.00+).

Are there restrictions on what I can do with the video content?

Our Live Streaming service is for personal use only. You’re not allowed to copy, reproduce or share the content without written permission from 10Bet.

What about system requirements?

10Bet's Live Streaming runs on Windows XP or newer versions and on MAC OS X v10.6 or newer versions.

The service is supported by these web browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Safari 8.0, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 9 (or updated versions).

You’ll also need a broadband connection speed of at least 512kbp/s and you may need to install the most recent version of Flash player.

Where can I use 10Bet Live Streaming?

Your IP address is used to determine the range of events you can watch – for that reason, you can use 10Bet Live Streaming only in the UK.


Am I able to change the window size?

You can choose between two different viewing options: the window in the top right corner of the page is the default, or you can select a bigger window size. Just click the rectangular ‘Enlarge’ icon on the video player frame. You need a screen resolution of at least 1440 pixels to view games in this larger window.

When you’re scrolling down the page or betting on a different event within the video, click the “Pushpin” icon and you’ll be able to continue watching the action. To view a different event, select it and click the pushpin icon again to change the video.

Can I enjoy 10Bet Live Streaming from a mobile device?

Of course! Our Live Streaming service works on any Android or iOS phone or tablet.


What if I can’t locate an event listed in the Live Stream Schedule?

In very rare cases, an in-running scheduled event may be interrupted or removed due to a problem with TV coverage in the relevant country.

Is there a time delay?

As with almost all live TV coverage, there can be a delay of between 10 and 30 seconds (or longer) between the action taking place and seeing it on screen. This short delay may also depend on your broadcast connection speed. 10Bet cannot be held responsible for any delays or errors in updating live scores – you are solely responsible for knowing the real-time score.

What happens if the Live Stream times out or stops?

If you experience a time-out on the live stream, it’s probably due to a temporary network interruption. It’s easy to restart it – just click the event link again or refresh your browser with the button next to the address box. You can also press your keyboard’s F5 key.

If your internet connection is greater than 1MB but the live stream needs too much buffering, it’s probably due to network congestion affecting your ISP connection.

Make sure you have Flash player and the latest version of your preferred browser installed on your system.

What should I do if the video is working but not the audio?

Check your system has a sound card and that the audio levels on your computer are correct. If necessary, make sure you have all the required – and currently supported – software. You might also need to reinstall Flash.

What can I do if the audio is working but the video isn’t?

This might be due to not having enough bandwidth, because audio needs less bandwidth than video. If in doubt, contact your ISP.

How do I know if my Flash player is the most up-to-date version?

Visit the Adbobe website to confirm that you have the most recent version of Adobe Flash player. If you don’t have it you can download it here.