These days most big snooker events are show on live TV. However, there are times when this isn’t convenient. For example, for people who live abroad or don’t have a TV license, or even those who are on the move and can’t get near a TV set. But that’s not a problem, because you can watch the big games via live streaming, via your PC, laptop, tablet or phone!
Snooker Matches Streaming Live This Week…
- Thu 22nd @ 13:00 World Grand Prix 2018 >> Michael White vs Joe Perry
- Thu 22nd @ 13:00 World Grand Prix 2018 >> Neil Robertson vs Mark Selby
- Thu 22nd @ 13:00 World Grand Prix 2018 >> Ding Junhui vs Mark Joyce
- Thu 22nd @ 13:00 World Grand Prix 2018 >> Anthony McGill vs Stuart Bingham
- Thu 22nd @ 19:00 World Grand Prix 2018 >> Shaun Murphy vs Stephen Maguire
- Thu 22nd @ 19:00 World Grand Prix 2018 >> Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Xiao Guodong
PLEASE NOTE: Country restrictions apply to live streams. Events may not be visible in every territory. The schedule is updated daily, and events are removed once they have finished. More events will be published tomorrow morning.
How To Watch
Live streaming for the events above is provided courtesy of bet365. Country restrictions apply. To watch any of these matches, you need a funded bet365 account. This means you do need to sign up at bet365, which requires that you are aged 18 or over. However you DO NOT need to bet on any of these snooker matches in order to watch them.
All you do need is to have a positive balance in your account. So basically, what that means is that you need to open an account and deposit some money. That’s it. You can bet it if you want, or don’t if you don’t want. There is no charge for the streaming, so if you don’t bet then your balance will never go down, and you can continue to watch indefinitely.
If you do decide to bet then you’ll find that bet365 is a pretty good service. As well as the welcome bonus when you join, which is more generous than many other bookies, they also have some nice offers for their regular customers too.
So if you can’t get to the TV to watch the BBC coverage then try the live streaming. And whether you want to bet as well, or just watch, that’s entirely up to you.