Eleven Sports entered UK ready to surprise. Today we have the information that the network will play a game of the League of Champions on Facebook.
Although the game chosen was not from any UK’s club, we will be able to see Moutinho and Gonçalo Guedes legally through the largest social network in the world.
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Eleven Sports arrived in UK with the desire to defeat the competitors. The company has signed all the Champions League games and it has been interesting to see a television chain that looks more to the internet than to television.
Eleven Sports will bring the Champions League match between Valencia and Man. United to Facebook
Eleven Sports service can be viewed on any Android TV, smartphone, tablet or PC by simply accessing the website. Better yet, the amount paid for all channels is 10 € per month. A much more affordable value than competitor Sport TV.
Although this is not the first time Eleven Sports has played live games on its Facebook page, the Champions League match between Valencia and Manchester United will be the first in the Millionaire League to legally pass on the social network.
That way, to watch the game live you just need to go to the Facebook page on Wednesday at 8 pm and enjoy the game in high quality.
In short, Eleven Sports is doing something that Sport TV and other TV channels should have done a long time ago. You are betting on the Internet and more affordable services. As such, it will reach a larger audience. If you have already used Eleven Sports and Sport TV over the Internet you can easily see how Sport TV needs to improve. The service is constantly falling and far from the best.
Finally, let's just hope Eleven Sports also looks at Youtube for game playback. Youtube is a much better and simpler platform for finding videos.
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