Thursday, 22 August 2019

"Absolute shambles" - Rangers' biggest failing tonight wasn't on the pitch...



Rangers tonight managed a stale 0-0 draw against a side who just don’t concede, and now we can see why, but the biggest shambles wasn’t anything on the pitch, but on the part of the club’s TV channel.

Rangers TV, again, had exclusive rights in the UK for another European match, costing supporters who don’t have their full subscription package another £10 to watch the match.

If that wasn’t bad enough, fans went into understandable meltdown when the site crashed for around 45 minutes prior to kickoff, the very window Rangers TV recommended supporters log in for.

But it got worse; once a stream had belatedly been established, the quality of the ‘HD’ broadcast was quite simply abysmal.

“Jumpy”, “blurry” and all the rest of it fans cried, as around 10% of the entire broadcast was actually viewable with 90% a guessing game by way of RTV’s very own ‘bad eyesight simulation’ due to excessively low definition streaming.

This just wasn’t good enough, and the service as a whole continues to let supporters down despite being around for many, many years.

From technical problems to dreadful quality, Rangers’ broadcasting system is a complete shambles, and while we’re moaning; can anyone explain to us the horribly designed official website which begins with an obnoxious (and persistent) splash screen and slides through its top stories so fast we can’t get to actually click on any?

In short, Rangers’ digital services are a real mess, and after all this time there has never been any change in that.

Except the rising price.

Great value for money.

6 comments:

  1. I managed to get it on a youtube stream from ptv sports channel,lost last 10mins
    Another great result in a very hostile enviroment👍

    Watp🇬🇧

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  2. What a shambles with the TV broadcast.

    Using a VPN I logged into a server in Poland and watched most of the game live on sport.tvp.pl, but as I pay the full subscription package I do expect to be able to watch games on Rangers TV. Absolutely disgraceful from Rangers TV tonight!

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  3. I was up at 3am in australia this morning to watch the match. Spent an hour pi$$ing around trying to get a stream. Half time before rangersTV sorted it out!

    Hopefully they are better prepared for the 2nd leg

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  4. Can anyone recommend a good VPN to use ? Thanks Govanblue (William) for previous advice.

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