Follow Hearts v Kilmarnock with Killie TV


Killie are back at Tynecastle and after our last two trips produced truly unforgettable moments, you are going to want to follow every minute with Killie TV.

Ross Millen’s winner last November and Stuart Findlay’s thunderstrike in May are two of the most memorable celebrations from an amazing 2018/19 season and you’ll want to catch all the action as Angelo Alessio’s men head to the capital.

You can sign up to Killie TV now.

International subscribers will receive pictures and commentary from Hearts TV.

UK subscribers will receive audio commentary from our regular Super Killie Away team of Alan Cochrane and Gavin Wallace with coverage due to start at 2.45pm.

Subscribers may notice the Killie TV website looks slightly different to normal due to the application of a new platform for this match. This means anyone signing up to the service for the first time will have to do so before 2.15pm GMT.

Subscribers will then see a countdown clock on the site to the event, this informs them when the video will go live. Once this reaches zero, refresh the page and click “Watch Now”.

We will have pictures and sound live ahead of the match so subscribers can login ahead of the game and if they have any issues, this gives ample time to contact support@killietv.co.uk for help.

Once the match is finished, the platform will end and the usual site will be back in place.

Killie TV Tips

VPN/Proxy

You will need to switch off or disable your VPN or Proxy if you want to watch the live match. If you have logged on to Kilmarnock TV with it on please switch it off and click retry in the pop-up box.

If you are only getting an audio only video player please try the VPN/Proxy solution.

Android/Smart TV

Modern Android devices and Smart TVs using a full browser should work with KilmarnockTV. If it does not it could be the following,

  • Incompatible hardware
  • Incompatible browser – modified by the manufacturer or provider

We have tested Chrome cast (versions 2 &3) and if your device can receive the video signal you should be able to chrome cast the browser but not within the video player.

iOS

For iOS devices the iOS needs to be 11 or higher please check your device compatibility here, https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT209574

Black screens

The best way to resolve this is to clear your browser cookies and cache. This is usually within the settings. All passwords will be lost and you will need to type it in again.

Alternatively if you are using a PC or Mac please try a different browser,

For Mac use,

  • Safari, Chrome or Firefox

For Windows 7 and above use,

  • Microsoft Edge, Chrome or Firefox

 


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