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A Beginners Guide To Streaming Live Sports On Your Phone 2

Posted on February 17, 2020 by John Harris

It’s a real shame when life gets in the way and you can’t watch your favorite team. When there is a big game on and you don’t have anywhere to watch it, it really feels like you’re missing out. Everybody will know the score before you and you’ll have to avoid talking about it until you finally get a chance to watch it. But the good news is, the situation isn’t as bad as it used to be because of new advances in technology. 

In the past, you only had one chance to catch a game and if you couldn’t get to the stadium or even find a TV to watch it on, you would have to make do with the highlights. But now, you can watch sports whenever you like, wherever you like because you can stream it on your phone. As long as you have an internet connection, you never have to miss a game again. 

If you haven’t tried streaming sports on your phone, read on to find out how to do it, and get some good tips to make sure that you don’t miss any of the action. 

Make Sure Your Internet Connection Is Good 

A good internet connection is the most important thing when you are trying to stream sports on your phone. If you have a bad connection, you will miss out on a lot of the action because the stream will keep cutting out and buffering. If possible, you should try to connect to high speed wifi so the stream is clear. However, this may not always be an option. 

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