Yes, you can watch the live stream on any device with an Internet connection and a website browser.

We recommend using Google Chrome as your browser for live streaming. Mozilla Firefox has known issues that may conflict with the stream feed.

You may not have a fast enough internet connection to watch in the default HD quality. Scroll down below the video (available on desktop only) and click the “Watch in Low Quality” option available to see if that helps.

If you have Adobe Flash running in your browser, it may cause the stream to load improperly. Once you’re using Google Chrome and have chosen the “Watch in Low Quality” option, you can try disabling Adobe Flash in your browser for further troubleshooting.

Some possible issues/fixes might include:

  • Streaming from a cell connection – make sure you have a reliable Wi-Fi network to watch from.
  • Streaming in high quality mode – if your connection is weak, you can select the “Watch In Low Quality” button at the bottom of the page.
  • Always start by refreshing your browser if you have issues streaming.
  • Some internet connections are simply too slow to handle video streaming. You can check your internet speed at http://speedtest.net – a speed of at least 5 Mbps is required for the stream to play smoothly.
  • If you have Adobe Flash running in your browser, it may cause the stream to load improperly. Once you’re using Google Chrome and have chosen the “Watch in Low Quality” option, you can try disabling Adobe Flash in your browser for further troubleshooting.