It is surprisingly easy to find top class volleyball streams on the internet, in fact, as many of the top online bookmakers now offer their customers the chance to watch a wide array of different matches quickly, easily and often with very little financial outlay required. Here’s how to watch and what’s on.
How To Watch: open an account with the bookie showing the stream, fund your account or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to get access to all their live streams, including volleyball (geo restrictions apply).
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*Geo restrictions apply. Funded account or bet within last 24 hours to watch.
How It Works:
- Online bookmakers purchase the rights to show live sporting events.
- They give access to their customers to encourage them to bet.
- You need a funded account or bet placed in last 24 hours to access.
- You can watch on both mobile and desktop.
- Geo restrictions apply depending on local TV rights.
What Live Volleyball is Shown?
Whilst in Britain volleyball isn’t exactly the most popular of sports, the breadth of choice when it comes to watching volleyball live online is nothing short of breath-taking. In fact, on any given day a variety of different online bookmakers can be offering live streams to their customers of volleyball matches from a multitude of different tournaments and competitions. The following list details some of those competitions that you can expect to find live streams from over the course of the volleyball season:
- Brazilian Super Liga
- Champions League
- German Women’s Bundesliga
- Italian SuperLega
- Korean KOVO
- Korean KOVO Women
- Polish Plus Liga
- Russian Vyscha League
- Russian Vyscha League B
The above is a reasonable cross-section of the different competitions which are regularly covered by live streams from the major online bookmakers. Not all bookmakers will provide live streams for all of those competitions and tournaments, but if you search around you will likely find a good number of matches from them covered by live streams at least at some of the best betting sites.
It should be noted, too, that the availability of live streams for some of the above competitions and tournaments is impacted by which country you are resident in. Geographical restrictions are applied to some of the leagues and competitions, and usually apply when there are TV and broadcasting rights deals in place for those events in your own country.
What In-Play Markets are Available?
When online bookmakers provide a live stream of a volleyball match, they are not just doing so to enable fans of the sport to watch the action. They also provide the streams in order to make it easier and more fun to bet in-play. If in-play volleyball betting is something that sounds interesting to you, you’ll want to read on and find out some of the most commonly available in-play volleyball betting markets.
Match Winner – Available as an in-play betting option up to the point that the result of a given match seems beyond doubt, the match winner market simply involves betting on which team you believe will emerge ultimately victorious. Betting on a strong team that falls behind early in this particular market, is a popular and potential lucrative type of in-play volleyball bet.
Handicap – Up there with the match winner market as the two most popular in-play volleyball bets, a handicap wager involves betting on a particular set spread determined by the bookmaker. In a best of five set match, for instance, a bookmaker may set one team at -2.5 and the other at +2.5, meaning that the favourite must win 3-0 for a successful handicap bet whilst the underdog can simply lose by less than three sets.
Total Points – Another type of volleyball bet that is almost always available as an in-play market, a total points wager is a simple over/under bet on whether more or less than a certain number of points will be scored in the course of an entire match.
Correct Score – Just like a correct score market in football or other sports, a correct score wager in volleyball involves predicting by what set score a team will win any given match. As a match progresses, the number of possible scores to bet on will obviously decrease and the odds available will alter accordingly.
Set Correct Score – As well as being able to bet in-play on the end set score of a volleyball match, punters are often also able to bet on the final points score of a given set within the match. Usually bookmakers provide this market for each of a match’s sets throughout the duration of that set.