Desktop

While BoxCast broadcasts are compatible with all major browsers we do recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome or Firefox. Be sure to enable cookies and turn OFF your pop up blocker.

If the video is starting and stopping for you it is possible that you are experiencing network issues. Check your network speed at www.speedtest.net.

Mobile Browser

Live video from BoxCast can be watched via your iPhone or Android browser. Events can be found hosted on the event producer's website.

Roku

If you own a Roku streaming device you can download the free BoxCast Roku app and search for the event within the app. Be aware that only certain events are available for viewing through the Roku app. Ticketed events cannot be viewed on this platform.

Apple TV

If you own a 4 generation Apple TV you can download the free BoxCast Apple TV app and search for the event producer within the app. Be aware that only certain events are available for viewing through the Apple TV app. Ticketed events cannot be viewed on this platform.

Fire TV

If you own a Fire Stick from Amazon, you will want to download the free BoxCast Fire TV app and search for the event producer within the app. Be aware that only certain events are available for viewing through the Fire Tv app. Ticketed events cannot be viewed on this platform.

Smart TVs

For best results across all brands of Smart TV, we recommend connecting a computer directly to the TV using an HDMI cable. Alternatively, you can connect a computer, tablet, or smartphone over Wi-Fi using a Chromecast or using Apple Airplay (assuming you have access to a Wi-Fi network that the Smart TV and your streaming device can connect to). Please note: when streaming over Wi-Fi the quality of the video will be dependent on your device and Wi-Fi connection. Overall, we cannot guarantee that a live stream will work on any brand of Smart TV's built-in browser since many TVs are incapable of playing video directly from any source or website.

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