I don't think $8-12 means "it will vary in price over the year", I think it means "it'll be $12 in the US, and $8 in Argentina".Fulcrum wrote: ↑Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:01 pm$8-$12 is a very wide range considering $12 is 50% more than $8.
I sense a bit of a problem though. Most streaming services have static monthly prices. It makes the agreement and terms and conditions very easy to implement. The problem with F1 is the content is variably spaced throughout the year. March only has 1 race, as does August, while July has 4, and a couple others have 3.
How are they going to circumvent people dropping the service for a month with few races, and taking those with many? Likewise, the level of interest is generally high to start, drops away in the mid-season, then peaks when titles get decided, so surely November would generally be more expensive than October? Will they incentivize the yearly rate, or is the $8-$12 range indicative of the cost range for some months (e.g. March is $8, July is $12, year end is $12)? Wouldn't it make more sense to offer the service on a per event basis instead of monthly?
Lol, available everywhere in the Netherlands except for European Netherlands.Juzh wrote: ↑Wed Feb 28, 2018 4:56 pmFULL COUNTRY LIST (unofficial):
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Well that sucks donkey balls.1158 wrote: ↑Wed Feb 28, 2018 2:42 pmI have read that Canada is not. From what I understand TSN has the rights through 2019. I would suspect as the old contracts end and are renegotiated more countries will get the OTT treatment.
Well that sucks donkey balls.
Yeah, but you wont watch it in JAN, FEB and DEC, so more like 109$zeph wrote: ↑Tue Feb 27, 2018 6:09 pmGood news!
And the pricing is still somewhat affordable. Although, if they say $8-12 p/m, it’s probably the latter in the USA, which brings it to $144 p/y. I was hoping for $3-5 per race, and pay-as-you-go, so I can skip races I won’t be able to watch live.
Still, this is one step closer to ditching cable TV. And that can only be a good thing.
I really dont see the point of your post?NathanOlder wrote: ↑Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:36 pmI wonder how "live" it will be, when ever I have watched online motorsport (which isn't often) was the online channel for the blancpain world endurance and it was a good 10-15 seconds behind live.
With F1 I watch it on my TV with SkySports F1, My Tablet on the live timing via the official app (which is about 5 seconds ahead of Live TV) and I will have my Mobile Phone on the Track Map via the Official App. So where the Tablet and Phone info is ahead by a good 5 seconds , I seem to look at that more than the Tv. Plus the live timing tells you everything you need yo know.
So will F1 TV be completely live ?
another reason i question it is because of App's like SkyGo, they are a good 30-60 seconds behind whats on TV, so hardly live.
will be interesting to see.