BT Sport brings its universal Windows 10 app to UK users
Sports lovers now have the possibility to watch their favorite sports event via the newest BT Sport app for Windows 10. The app covers all the majors sports events so that you don’t miss anything.
BT Sport supports Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile and is optimized for touchscreen devices. The app is available in English only. BT Sport offers live coverage for all the major sports event around the world such as: Premier League, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, FA Cup, Aviva Premiership, European Rugby Champions Cup, SPL, Bundesliga, Serie A, WTA tennis, MotoGP and UFC.
Don’t feel sorry you cannot go to the stadium to watch your favorite team play, you can now watch the competition on the go, wherever you are. The app is actually better than regular sport coverage on TV since it streams a series of selected events that are not televised.
Live streaming is offered for the following channels: BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Europe and BT Sport//ESPN. Also, every single match from the UEFA Champions League is streamed live so that you are always up-to-date.
There is a seven-day channel listing available so that you know well in advance when your favorite team is playing and on what channel you can see the game. As much as you love watching sports, pay attention because mobile network and wifi charges may apply.
Important access information include:
A valid BT Sport subscription and BT ID are needed to watch the live channels.
A BT Sport Pack subscription is required to watch BT Sport Europe, BT Sport 2 and BT Sport//ESPN.
It is possible to install and access the app on as many devices as you like, but users are restricted to two concurrent video streams per BT ID.
All video is only available within the United Kingdom.
Some programmes are not available in the BT Sport app due to rights restrictions.
You can download the app from the Microsoft Store.
Update: In case this app does not allow you to watch UEFA Champions League from your device, we have prepared a dedicated article on how to watch UCL on your Windows 10 pc without any lags. You will find several tools and tips on how to connect to different streaming sources and enjoy your favorite matches. Check it and let us know in the comment section about your experience.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in April 2016 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
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