P2P Sport has changed a lot since my brief introduction to the Kodi add-on in my Plexus tutorial. Super Repo removed the add-on from their repository so the whole process of installing it has completely changed. A lot of people have been leaving me comments about how they’re having trouble installing it and I get how confusing it can be when processes change. In a few weeks I’m going to be revisiting my Plexus tutorial, with an update on getting AceStream to run on mac and I’ll probably go into more detail with P2P Sport (since the 2 add-ons work together). However since P2P Sport is not strictly a mac add-on and does work with windows, I thought I’d make a seperate post and quickly show you all how to install it without the Super Repo.
P2P Sport is an addon for Kodi which works with the Plexus (Acestream); Its a great index for finding and watching live sport. What makes P2P streaming different to normal video streaming is that it’s served based technology and reduces the risk of buffering. The P2P Sport addon not only has sport channels but also a large variety of other networks; kids, movies, religion, news and much more.
- American Football
- Car Racing
Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWWeip3jQtQ
Latest version is 0.1.4
This tutorial is both Windows/Mac compatible.
Things you will need:
If you want to watch P2P Sport channels then you will need to make sure you have Plexus installed.
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If you want to watch every game of the UEFA Champions League and Premier League live, Operation Robocop Ultimate has you covered with a free season pass included within the add-on. Simply navigate to “TODAY’S LIVE EVENTS” within the add-on and select the match you wish to watch. Match streams will be updated roughly 30 minutes before kick-off, so be sure to check back if you don’t see the particular match you want to watch.
If you’re looking to get Kodi up and running on your TV in HD, you can browse below at some boxes I’ve hand picked off Amazon which are great for running these add-ons. All boxes simply hook-up via HDMI and connect to your home wireless network (or ethernet). The boxes all run an Android operating system so they will also run all your favourite apps from the Google Play Store.