Tuesday, 03 November 2015 00:36

How to Watch the 2015 Melbourne Cup live online stream

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If you want to watch the 2015 Melbourne Cup live from your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac, here’s how and where to go. 


The Melbourne Cup is the race that stops the nation, and for many international viewers, it’s the race that stops the planet!

But how can you watch it online via a live stream, streamed on your iPhone, Android, other phone, tablet, PC or Mac?

Well, you’ve come to the right place to point you to the right place!

UPDATE: The race has been won and done. A FULL VIDEO REPLAY of the race along with FULL RESULTS can be seen here. 

There are several places these days, including betting sites and apps, but with Channel 7 streaming its channels live to the Internet, just click here to be taken to Channel 7’s live stream!

If you’re overseas, you’ll likely need to use a VPN that lets you log in as though you were in Australia, with several of those VPNs available online - just do a search.

Last year, the Racing Network also streamed the Melbourne Cup races, but whether they do it this or not you’ll have to click here to find out. 

Betting site Racing.com says you can watch on your devices via its site or apps if you create a free account, details here

SportsBet is another site that promises the same thing - details here.

iTWire has NO affiliation with any of these betting sites, we're just trying to give you more than one way to watch the 3pm Melbourne Cup race if you're so inclined. 

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You might experience buffering or delays depending on the wired or wireless network you’re on and depending what kind of surge there is to the various especially once 3pm rolls around, but if you’ve got no other way to watch live, it’s definitely worth the punt.

Still, your best bet for hassle free watching is likely to be the Channel 7 website here, so give this one a go first (if you haven’t already clicked it above).

So, to be there when the horses starting bolting, click any or all of the links above and enjoy!

And remember - bet with your head, not over it, and drink responsibly!


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