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Italy Gets MotoGP Streaming on iPad, PC, Mac, Consoles, Major Samsung Tablets and Smart TVs

Cool news for the “digital generation” guys, at least the ones in Italy: Sky Online announces a new service which will stream the MotoGP races to the most popular devices used for accessing internet content: PCs, Mac computers, iPads, major Samsung tablets and smart TVs. Even more, the streams will be accessible from Xbox One and Xbox 360, as well as PlayStation 3 and 4.
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This service is targeting MotoGP fans which are not Sky customers and neither willing to subscribe. The streams are said to offer a high-quality racing experience at low costs and with maximum flexibility, with both monthly subscriptions to the service or per-event pay-per-view fees.

We can only hope more networks around the world pick up this nifty idea, as it offers racing enthusiasts a better opportunity to watch their favorite riders and teams, even though they can’t make it to a nearby track on a racing weekend, or aren’t even at home.

Now, if you’re away for the weekend but still have a tablet and internet connection, you can enjoy your MotoGP race with minimal costs. Of course, there is the world-wide online service, but the subscription is either monthly or yearly, with pay-per-event expanding very slowly and only in Italy, Spain and UK.



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