Posted 05 February 2013 - 02:19 AM
I do not have cable television. I am a customer of Bell, and I have Bell Mobile TV on my phone. When available, I watch the game on my phone. Tonight, I was not able to due to blackout restrictions. I decided to sign up for NHL Game Center in order to be an active member of LeafNation. After going through the rigamarole to sign up for the service, I tried to watch the end of the 2nd period of the Leafs Vs Canes game. (Feb 4 2013). As it turns out, I am still under blackout effect because it is available on cable TV in my region. I do not have cable television!
Does or will LeafTv have a service affordable and available to a fan like me? All I want to do is come home from school and forget about my troubles and watch my favourite hockey team!
I am ver dissapointed that there is not anything like this, especially being a customer of Bell, which owns the Toronto Maple Leafs!
Hook a brother up!
Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:03 AM
Posted 07 February 2013 - 03:08 AM
Rogers/Bell seem to be reworking the "leafs broadcast region" rights to go through their services instead of the old Leafs TV interactive. At least judging by the link being taken down from the official site...(top of the page under Leafs TV, where it says "online" doesn't work)...I don't see why they wouldn't offer an online viewing option for non-customers...but they need to sort that out first...part of the hiccups of new ownership I suppose...
Posted 07 February 2013 - 04:05 AM
I went from the message board -to leafs tv tab-to order online. There used to be two options there and now there's only one. And that option says can't find server.
this is the link it gives
You may have to go with Sonny's solution
Posted 25 September 2013 - 02:17 PM
@staff/moderators If you want us to avoid using illegal methods to watch the Leafs online, then you should bring back LeafsTV Interactive (The paid, online streaming service for Leafs games). Every year there are more and more sports fans that are ditching their cable and satellite service. Do you know why? Because there's this new invention, it's called the internet. And it's really easy to stream whatever live sports we want with this thing called the internet. I'm willing to pay for the service, as I have done in the past, but if the paid-streaming service is not made available, I'll just keep watching ALL the Leaf games for free from illegal streaming sites (Yeah, I don't really care if you endorse it or not, makes no difference to me). Because there is absolutely no way I'm going to pay $100+ a month for cable or satellite.
PS. Oh, and using a VPN with NHL Gamecenter sounds like a good idea too. Either way, I don't have to pay for cable to watch the Leafs, and neither does anyone else.
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