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09-11-2011, 05:11 PM
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Urho TV

Do they stream outside Finland too, or only Finland??

Im thinking of buying the IFK vs Jokerit match on thursday.

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To my knowledge, they only stream inside Finland.

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Do they stream outside Finland too, or only Finland??

Im thinking of buying the IFK vs Jokerit match on thursday.
I've been searching for streams and paystreams for a couple of seasons but found nothing because they doesnt stream outside Finland. Since i live outside Finland i have to watch highlights after games and be happy with that

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I've been searching for streams and paystreams for a couple of seasons but found nothing because they doesnt stream outside Finland. Since i live outside Finland i have to watch highlights after games and be happy with that
Try to use proxy. Search best possible Finnish proxy ur able to find and buy the match.

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Try to use proxy. Search best possible Finnish proxy ur able to find and buy the match.
I will do that. There is not even free streams for the big games like HIFK-Jokerit to find Wish i was living in Finland.

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I will do that. There is not even free streams for the big games like HIFK-Jokerit to find Wish i was living in Finland.
Just came up with an idea man... VeikkausTV showed 2 matches a week last year! Try that also. Its completely free stream and sometimes it shows great matches.


VeikkausTV Streams:

Today: Frölunda - Vaxjö (Elitserien) 20.00
Wednesday: Sport - Kiekko-Laser (Mestis) 18.30
Thursday: HV71 - Djurgarden and AIK - Timrå 20.00 both
Friday: Ässät - Lukko

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VeikkausTV is great. Lot's of hockey on there as well, but I think the main sport is soccer. But you get KHL, Elitserien, SM-liiga and Mestis so it's quite broad.

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VeikkausTV is great. Lot's of hockey on there as well, but I think the main sport is soccer. But you get KHL, Elitserien, SM-liiga and Mestis so it's quite broad.
Yeah, thought i remember lag problems during SM-Liiga games last year because so many wievers... hopefully they get it right this year. UrhoTV:s expensive paystreams probably wont lag.

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Thanks guys! That really sounds great. But i tried to make an account on Veikkaus but failed because my bank number was swedish, it seemed it doesnt work with bank accounts from other countries

*hang myself*

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Thanks guys! That really sounds great. But i tried to make an account on Veikkaus but failed because my bank number was swedish, it seemed it doesnt work with bank accounts from other countries

*hang myself*
Ask for some of your friends veikkaus account into your use... You cant really harm them with their account unless theres money on the account.

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Yeah, thought i remember lag problems during SM-Liiga games last year because so many wievers... hopefully they get it right this year. UrhoTV:s expensive paystreams probably wont lag.
Based on comments at jatkoaika.com, you're lucky if they work in the first place...

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Based on comments at jatkoaika.com, you're lucky if they work in the first place...



Someone should make a video about "Hitlear hears about SM-Liiga tv-broadcasting"

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just a heads up to everyone you can watch all the games on urhoTV.fi for 2 euros all this weekend

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09-30-2011, 10:35 AM
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**** this ****. ****ing seriously. Can't even ****ing log in and I'm a season ticket holder. This is ****ing ********.

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**** this ****. ****ing seriously. Can't even ****ing log in and I'm a season ticket holder. This is ****ing ********.
That's UrhoTV for you.

Everybody should just stop paying them for crap and maybe they would actually do stuff to make it better.

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The company is a ****ing joke. Don't buy and we'll get rid off those amateurs when the contract runs to end.

And SM-Liiga doesn't comment about this problem...that's a joke also.

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The company is a ****ing joke. Don't buy and we'll get rid off those amateurs when the contract runs to end.

And SM-Liiga doesn't comment about this problem...that's a joke also.
Guys leading SM-Liiga are so clueless when it comes to build long term success of the sport. Urho is such a sad example and big reason why there's much less SM-Liiga talk in general public compared to the time of --->


Imo big reason why the SM-Liiga arena's aren't full, when at this time the hockey hype should be off the roof.

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So true Tissotti. SM-Liiga whored the whole show for amateur company like that sad **** name I will never say again ****... yep those "orange jacket" times were sad and funny at the same time but at least the show rolled somehow... this new age with the internet and stuff should be run by pros and not like sad ****s like URPOtv.

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getting a strong sense of deja vu

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" - - Eilen 30.9.2011 ongelmistä kärsineille kausikortin omaaville käyttäjille tulemme toimittamaan hyvityksen sähköpostitse tulevan viikon aikana. URHO Play kausikortin omistavaville käyttäjille toimitetaan hyvityksenä koodi vapaavalintaiseen Playoffs otteluun."

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It is now possible to watch games online from abroad on UrhoTV.fi. Not that I encourage anyone to do that, just to let you know.

Link: http://www.urhotv.fi/tiedotteet/?id=10429973

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12-02-2011, 02:11 PM
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How much is it? Only thing i could see is that you can watch "your teams" remaining 34 league matches for €99

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How much is it? Only thing i could see is that you can watch "your teams" remaining 34 league matches for €99
Yes that's an offer they put up yesterday, I think.

Normal games are 9€ per game. You can also get 5 games for 40€ and 10 games for 70€. They're not much cheaper but if you know you'll be watching that many games, it makes sense to get the 5/10 game packages.

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Lolz I bough the 10 game pack just few days before the new offer came up.

Streaming itself has worked fine in the last month or so.

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Great news ! Crap or not It's better than nothing.

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