Watch Live Streamed Sport for Free on Bet365

You can watch live streamed Sport on Bet365 for free if you have an account with the Bookmaker. Bet365 offers live NRL, soccer, tennis and many other sports.

The Easter Long weekend… A time to eat copious amounts of chocolate, spend time with the family and watch LOADS of live sport! This Saturday, Sunday AND MONDAY there’s action a plenty and just because you don’t have Pay TV doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy watching it. Bet365 is live streaming NRL, A-League, NBA, Tennis and much much more over the coming days and within just a few clicks you can view it all for free.

How to watch Live Streaming on Bet365

Bet365 members with a funded account can watch as much live streaming as they want without paying a cent. If you’ve not signed up with Bet365 do so now and not only will you be able to watch live sport once you’ve deposited, but the bookmaker will also match your initial deposit 100% with free bets up to $200. Once you’re up and running click on the ‘Live Streaming’ and start enjoying the action. You can even click on the Live Stream schedule to see what events are on when!

Live Streamed NRL over Easter

Bet365 has a live offering of four fantastic games starting with the Knights hosting the Dragons at Hunter Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Newcastle are the only unbeaten team remaining this season and they’ll be out to make it 5 wins from 5 games. What the Sharks would do for just 1 victory… Cronulla’s the only side who hasn’t managed a win and that looks unlikely to change on Sunday afternoon against the Roosters. The Chooks have been chalking up tries for fun and may just rack up a big tally against the bottom club.

There’s a double header of live stream rugby league action on Easter Monday, with the Warriors travelling to Melbourne, before the Panthers play the Cowboys. The Cowboys and Melbourne met last Monday night and the hosts somehow won their first game of the season after scoring 7 points in the final minutes of normal time before Thurston sealed the comeback with another field goal in Golden Point. Will that be the boost North Queensland need to get their season back on track? Penrith too need to turn things having suffered back to back losses after starting their campaign with successive triumphs. Meanwhile in Melbourne; Will the Warriors be on the end of a backlash from Bellamy’s Boys after the Storm’s stumble in Townsville? Or can the Kiwis spring a surprise?

So go on get Eggsited for the Footy over Easter and start watch the matches instead of checking the scores every 10 minutes.