Snooker Live Streaming : Watch The World Championship Online
Snooker punters. Snooker fans. Snooker loopsters. Listen up.
For all your World Championships needs, which start on the 20 April from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield
You would be hard pushed to find a better quality of stream snooker service offers. The pictures they stream are in top quality, so you'll never miss a beat of the action, and you can watch online, through desktop, laptop, mobile, ipad or any smart phone device.
Watch and bet Geo restrictions apply and funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify.
For punters who like to bet-in play, provide the perfect opportunity to place bets as the action unfolds.
Offering all account holders free live access to every match played in Sheffield, where punters can watch games in HD quality along whilst betting to their hearts content on superb In-Play betting engine.
The online firm are famed for their customer focus when it comes to live streaming of the top betting competitions, and once again they haven't disappointed. The World Championships runs through from the 20 th April to the 6th May and is the best time of the year for snooker induced gamblers.
When punting on a sport like snooker it can be frustrating when watching a match on the TV and then having to move your limbs as fast as you can to get your bet on through your mobile or your laptop.
One missed shot can massively change the complexion of a snooker match, and getting on quickly is a brilliant weapon for punters to use in the armoury. Yon click within seconds of the action unfolding, meaning you never have to miss any punting opportunities at your desired odds.
Access to the streaming is hardly a chore either
Where should your free bonus be going for this year’s tournament then?
The Snooker World Championship is the pinnacle tournament of the year - the clue’s in the name you see - and all the top players bring their A-game looking to land the biggest prize in snooker. The format is a single knock-out schedule with 32 players - 16 of the world’s top ranked and 16 qualifiers – seeded accordingly.
In a perfect world with this format, the top seed should meet the second seeded player in the final – but it rarely works out like that.
The number one seed this year is reigning champion John Higgins and he can be backed at 11/1
The market support in the build-up has been with the returning Snooker legend Ronnie O’Sullivan.
Despite winning three world titles, the Rocket has had his personal problems away from the sport this year and you would be brave to take the 6/1.
Our advice would be have a little each-way play on Mark Selby at 9/1.
He looks to have a simple route to the semis and has the game to add to his two major ranking titles It can be frustrating when watching a match on the TV and then having to scramble around the log into your betting account to grab the odds that you want.