You should be able to watch Afton LiveStream events on your TV, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Firestick, or Game Console. Make sure that you are familiar with how to screen mirror, or airplay, or stream from your device to what you plan to watch on prior to the show. There are some settings between your device and what you want to watch on that are outside the scope of the Afton LiveStream platform, and you want to ensure you are familiar with how to stream from your device to what you want to watch on before the Afton stream starts.
TIP: We recommend that you click on your ticket’s Direct Link to go to the watch page days or weeks ahead of time to verify that you know how to properly set the stream up on your TV or game system.
*If having any issues, make sure you have enabled blue tooth on your phone or device and enabled any other setting that your TV, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, etc. needs in order for you to screen mirror or airplay to it. For example: If under the settings of your Apple TV you have Airplay turned OFF, then you won’t be able to do Screen Mirroring from your phone to the Apple TV until the Apple TV airplay is turned ON.
TUTORIALS FOR HOW TO WATCH THE STREAM ON…
- How to Watch on Your APPLE TV
- How to Watch on Your TV with CHROMECAST
- How to Watch from Your SMART TV
- How to Watch from a ROKU
- How to Watch from AMAZON FIRESTICK
- How to Watch from a VIDEO GAME SYSTEM
- Note: Typing in Live Chat can be a little more difficult when using a game console controller.
FULLSCREEN MODE DISABLED UNTIL SHOW STARTS
When you arrive in the stream early, you will see the event image where the video player will be. A countdown will be displayed until the show start time. You cannot go full-screen mode until the show starts. Once the show starts you can go full-screen by clicking the bottom right corner of the video player just like you would do on YouTube or Netflix.
SWITCHING DEVICES & DEAUTHORIZING OTHER DEVICES
Each Afton Live Stream Ticket grants viewing to 1 device at any one time. So if you receive the message “Already Watching on Another Device” on the watch page, it means you validated your ticket on another device or browser. Don’t worry! You’ll have the option to “Deauthorize All Other Devices” which will close the watch page on any other device that is using your ticket and you’ll be able to watch the stream. There is also a Switch Device button on the watch page in the upper right-hand corner as well.
Do not ever share your LiveStream ticket with anyone else or you risk not being able to watch the show.
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