HOW TO WATCH TICKETED EVENTS
While much of Luck.Stream is free to browse, some of our content requires a ticket to access. Once you have procured your ticket, you will be able to access and stream using the instructions below. If you do not have a ticket, you can purchase one on the event page. You must have a registered Luck.Stream account and be logged in to view ticket options.



1. Go to the event page and click LOGIN TO BUY TICKETS.
You must have a registered Luck.Stream account and be logged in to view ticket options.

2. Once you have your ticket, you will be able to access and stream the ticketed event using the instructions below.
HOW TO WATCH ON YOUR COMPUTER, PHONE OR TABLET


1. Luck.Stream will play in a web browser on your computer, phone or tablet. Simply click play.



2. To view full screen, press the full screen icon in the lower right corner of the player.
HOW TO WATCH ON YOUR TV


1. Connect your computer, phone, or tablet to the same WiFi network as your TV’s streaming device. (Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, etc. )



2. Open the Luck.Stream video on your computer, phone, or tablet and click play.



3. Click the casting icon at the lower right corner of the player.



4. Select the TV streaming device you want to cast to.



If you don't have a smartphone or tablet but still want to stream your videos, a good option is to use an HDMI connection.
STREAMING DEVICE TIPS


Apple TV works best when using an iPhone, iPad, or a computer using the built-in Safari browser. The AirPlay option will not display on other browsers like Chrome or Firefox. 



Chromecast only works if you are using the Chrome Browser.
Tip: Casting to Chromecast will not work from your iPhone unless you have additional third-party apps installed, like Google Chrome for iPhone.



To stream on your Fire TV, we found it best to use the Amazon Silk web browser, in conjunction with the Android or iPhone remote app for Fire TV. If you already have your Fire TV linked to your Amazon account, then you should be able to directly "deliver" the Silk app to your Fire TV stick.



The Roku doesn't support native casting from an iPhone or computer, so you'll need to download a third-party app in order to make this work, such as the Cast Web Videos to Roku TV app from the iPhone App Store in conjunction with a channel app called iWebTV Player for the Roku
BROWSER SPECIFIC + PRO TIPS
In the Safari browser, navigate to the web video you want to play. Compatible web videos have an AirPlay icon. Click the AirPlay icon, then choose your Apple TV.

In the Chrome browser at the top right, click More, then Cast, and select the device you wish to stream to. If you're already using the Chromecast, your content will replace what's on your TV.

You may need to use “screen mirroring” in order for the video to stream to your TV’s device. Google "screen mirroring from [your mobile device type] to [your TV device]"