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What Live Table Tennis is Shown?
Whilst table tennis isn’t regularly televised in Britain or many countries around Europe, it is a sport which benefits from a surprisingly large number of live streams online. In fact, many of the top bookmakers show table tennis action live on a very regular basis. The below list represents a selection of the kinds of tournaments and events which often have live streams of their matches available online:
- World Table Tennis Championships
- Table Tennis World Cup
- Table Tennis World Team Cup
- ITTF World Tour Platinum Events
- ITTF World Tour Events
- Asian Table Tennis Championships
- European Table Tennis Championships
- North American Table Tennis Championships
- Oceania Table Tennis Championships
- German Bundesliga
- German Open
- China Open
- English Open
- Hungarian Open
- Indian Open
- Japan Open
- Korea Open
- Kuwait Open
- Qatar Open
- Swedish Open
It should have become obvious to you, therefore, that there are loads of options available when it comes to live table tennis action you can stream online. Not every stream of every event is available everywhere, however, as geographical restrictions do sometimes apply. Streams from certain tournaments or events, for instance, may not be available in your country of residence due to TV and broadcasting deals in place with television networks or other organisations.
What In-Play Markets are Available?
Thanks to the many different live streams of table tennis events which are available, in-play betting on the sport is growing rapidly in popularity. In fact, if you head to any of the bookmakers who offer live table tennis streams you are likely to find an impressive selection of available in-play table tennis betting markets. Those listed below are amongst the most popular with punters and most commonly provided by bookmakers.
Match Winner – An in-play market that you’re certain to be offered by any and every bookmaker who offers in-play betting on table tennis, match winner bets are the simplest and most commonly placed wagers. Also available as pre-match markets, the difference when betting on the match winner in-play is that you can try to time your bet strategically in order to achieve better odds.
Handicap – Also very widely available, a handicap bet is a wager on one or other of the players in a table tennis match to beat a pre-prescribed spread. A favourite in a match, for instance, may have to win by more than 1.5 games to beat that spread whilst the underdog would only have to lose by less than 1.5 games.
Game Winner – As a table tennis match progresses, many betting sites will also present punters with the option of betting on who will win each game as it is played. In a best of seven match that goes the distance, therefore, this particular market provides a punter with an opportunity to place fully seven different wagers.
Total Points – Often available as an in-play market in the earlier stages of a match but removed as an option later on, a total points wager is a bet on whether or not a certain number of points will be exceeded during the entire course of the match.