1xBet video broadcasts
- Video streaming at 1xbet betting company
- Filter to show video broadcast matches only
- Managing the 1xBet video streaming window
- Moving 1xBet's video broadcast windows
- Increasing and decreasing video streaming windows in 1xbet
- Showing multiple video broadcasts at the same time at 1xBet
- Picture-in-picture mode
- Video broadcasts on the Multi-live screen at 1xBet
- Matching video broadcasts with 1xZone at 1xBet
- Live match announcements at 1xBet
- Video broadcasts on the new 1xBet website
- 1xBet cyber sports video broadcasts
- Switching from video to match coverage
- Frequently asked questions about video streaming at 1xBet
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Bookmaker 1xBet offers customers free video streaming of many matches. They are available to all authorised players, regardless of account balance. Broadcasts are triggered by clicking on the screen button in the live replays. The video boxes can be moved around the page, placing several video broadcasts on the same screen at the same time.
Video streaming at 1xbet betting company
The matches are shown during the games, so it is easiest to find the available video broadcasts in the LIVE section or in the live showcases on the first screen.
Filter to show video broadcast matches only
The button with the monitor symbol and the word "live" activates the display of live events only, which are available at 1xBet. In these matches you can click on the same button as in the filter, only it will start the display of the selected game itself.
Managing the 1xBet video streaming window
By default, the first selected video broadcast is shown in a small box in the right-hand column. If you start another broadcast, it opens below the first one.
By default, the display is shown with the sound switched off. You can switch it on with the volume knob in the bottom left corner of the window, first removing the cross from the loudspeaker symbol.
The original positioning of the broadcast windows has been designed to fit the rosters' screens. The video is positioned just to the right of the main working area, without obstructing the view of the market categories and the header with other important information.
Moving 1xBet's video broadcast windows
The button with a cross in the video window activates the ability to move the window around the screen. By clicking on the cross, it becomes possible to drag the window into the video as with normal operating system windows.
For the live-betting screens, the video layout in the bottom right-hand corner is suitable. There you can increase the diagonal size of the broadcast window without covering most of the useful area of the spread.
Increasing and decreasing video streaming windows in 1xbet
As with other familiar windows, video windows in KB 1xBet can be stretched by increasing their diagonal size. By hovering the cursor over the edge of the window, the pointer is converted into arrows, which, when clicked and pulled apart, show how big the broadcast window can be made.
Showing multiple video broadcasts at the same time at 1xBet
On the 1xbet website, it is possible to activate several video broadcasts at the same time. By default, only two can be started in the right-hand column. But dragging the video boxes to another location makes it possible to fit more broadcasts on one screen.
For stretched 1xBet video broadcast windows, the picture-in-picture mode is becoming relevant and can be activated by the button in the top centre of the window. This is particularly useful when it is sufficient to follow one angle of a match, e.g. the scoreboard of a tennis match, and watch the video itself from another broadcast.
Video broadcasts on the Multi-live screen at 1xBet
A special screen designed for simultaneous running of several live matches allows several small video windows to open on the right-hand side. Most of the working area is taken up by the multi-player modules of the two games themselves.
Matching video broadcasts with 1xZone at 1xBet
1xBet's alternative to live video streaming, the actual showing of matches, is called 1xZone, which is a graphically rendered representation of the events taking place. Three-dimensional models are positioned just like the real players, while infographics show what's happening right now in that match.
Sometimes such a graphical representation is even more convenient than video broadcasts when you need to understand as quickly as possible what is going on, for example when tracking many windows at the same time. Often, there is no real video, but rather a substitute three-dimensional graphic.
It is possible to combine video and graphics screens together. Screens with 1xZone can be stretched out in a non-proportional way like video - in this case the "extra" parts of the window are sometimes filled with information, or a certain part of the window may be sufficient to receive the required data.
Live match announcements at 1xBet
The classic 1xBet website has a sub-section of upcoming match announcements in the LIVE section drop-down menu. There you can guess which matches in 1xbet's broadcast tournaments are scheduled for live play today, tomorrow and the following days. The competitions are divided by filter into conditional categories according to tournament level and sport.
Video broadcasts on the new 1xBet website
The new version of the 1xbet bookmaker's page makes it easier to move and stretch the video streaming windows. The optimised space of the revamped site makes it possible to place more small screens with video of the matches going on right now in other areas.
The filter button for displaying video replays is also designed with a monitor symbol, but without the live inscription, as on the old website.
The same button is used to start the broadcasts, but it is located in the screens of specific game slots or in the screens of full match slots.
Combine real video and 1xZone graphics on the new bookmaker's website too.
1xBet cyber sports video broadcasts
In the CYBERSPORT section, the streaming window is in the most prominent place with no variations to change this. There, the "enable broadcast" button can be used to start a Twitch stream or a third-party showing of a tournament.
In Classic Line, by selecting cyber sports disciplines via the left-hand navigation column or in the LINE and LIVE sections, streams are started by pressing the same monitor button as in offline sports. The video boxes can also be dragged and dropped. You can also watch several streams at the same time.
Switching from video to match coverage
In 1xBet, you can quickly access the betting options for the match that the player is watching in the video window by clicking on the "go to match" button at the top of the video window. In this way, you can quickly switch between the matches without having to keep them open in other tabs, for example.
Frequently asked questions about video streaming at 1xBet
Is video streaming at 1xBet better to watch on the website or in the app?
The 1xBet app for computers retains the convenience of the full website in terms of video streaming. On a large monitor or TV screen, you can comfortably watch several video streaming windows and use the picture-in-picture option, switching to the spread or the coupon in a second. In mobile apps on a smartphone, the limitations of the interface and the small screen diagonal are imposed. One window on gadgets is not bad to look at.
Can I watch a video broadcast at 1xBet without any money in my account?
Yes. All you need to do is log in to the 1xBet service under your account. Unlogged visitors can only access some broadcasts, usually gambling and amateur leagues.
Which games can I watch on video at 1xBet?
It depends on the specific time. For the most part, the broadcasts cover small tournaments up to medium level. A lot of 1xBet broadcasts are for amateur leagues. However, sometimes you can watch games for free at the betting shop, which you would have to pay to see elsewhere as part of your subscriptions and packages. It should be understood that the broadcasting rights cost a lot of money, it is not cheap or even free for the betting office.
What is 1xZone at 1xBet?
This is a graphically rendered alternative to the video broadcasts. The three-dimensional or two-dimensional graphics show the events taking place in the match, this is accompanied by titles with information and various useful data. It is displayed in the same windows as a real video but they can be stretched out disproportionately if desired and for the sake of optimizing the screen space. For many matches only a graphical rendering is available and there is no real video.
What do I need to watch a video broadcast at 1xBet?
Log in to the 1xBet website or app and click on the in-play button for the selected match. You will first need to register using any of the four methods offered, including the 1-click option. In just a second, you will be able to watch the video broadcasts.
Is video streaming better than 1xZone at 1xBet?
Video broadcasts show a real picture of the match, just like TV broadcasts. 1xZone is a graphical substitute, like in a video game. In general, a real video broadcast is better, but sometimes it is more convenient to follow the concise graphics, which can provide as much information about what is happening as a video, while requiring less attention than a real video broadcast. This comes in handy when live-betting for several games at the same time.
Where can I find video broadcasts at 1xBet?
In the LIVE, CIBERSPORT and top views of live matches on the home screen. You can filter out the rendition of video matches only with the button in the top menu above the line. The video is started with the button with the monitor/television symbol. To watch most of the broadcasts you need to log in, log in to 1xBet.