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I know this have been done before but just wondering if I can tune into GAA Go and watch the Tyrone vs Donegal game live on a smart tv?
Never used it before and the frequency asked questions section on the website is very confusing, does not give a straight answer.
Cheers

The_Fridge (Tyrone) - Posts: 1194 - 07/03/2018 16:08:22    2082489

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Replying To The_Fridge:  "I know this have been done before but just wondering if I can tune into GAA Go and watch the Tyrone vs Donegal game live on a smart tv?
Never used it before and the frequency asked questions section on the website is very confusing, does not give a straight answer.
Cheers"
If you have a Roku TV, there is an actual offical GAAGO Roku app you can download and use. Its what I use myself, and it works pretty well. I mean, it was patchy for the first year or so, but watching the league games on it this year, is just like watching it on regular TV. And I'm using the service from North America, so its a pretty decent start to a Sunday morning.

If you don't have a Roku TV, I'd imagine just loading up whatever web browser is on your TV, navigating to the site, and watching the games that way would work. I haven't had to do that myself, but I can't imagine an anyway decent Smart TV which wouldn't support online VOD like that

Marlon_JD (Tipperary) - Posts: 1666 - 07/03/2018 16:52:15    2082499

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Replying To Marlon_JD:  "If you have a Roku TV, there is an actual offical GAAGO Roku app you can download and use. Its what I use myself, and it works pretty well. I mean, it was patchy for the first year or so, but watching the league games on it this year, is just like watching it on regular TV. And I'm using the service from North America, so its a pretty decent start to a Sunday morning.

If you don't have a Roku TV, I'd imagine just loading up whatever web browser is on your TV, navigating to the site, and watching the games that way would work. I haven't had to do that myself, but I can't imagine an anyway decent Smart TV which wouldn't support online VOD like that"
I used to watch the games in South East Asia on Gaa Go by using loggiNg in normally through a laptop and then plugging a HDMI cable into the telly. Worked perfectly.

thegadfly (Cavan) - Posts: 40 - 08/03/2018 21:58:10    2082820

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