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You need a minimum of 1.0Mb download Internet speed for our best quality, check at www.speedtest.net
We support most devices and operating systems: Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® Mac® or Linux OS with Adobe® Flash® or tablets including Google® Android™ devices and Apple® iPad® or iPhone® devices will work. We are streaming an adapted bitrate feed that works over most 3G and 4G services. Please consult with your local access carrier for rules and regulations. Please be aware that we are not responsible for data connection charges to view the stream on any platform or service.
Do I need to download anything to view the live stream?
No. Once you have a ticket you have instant access to the Internet video stream. The video plays automatically in your browser. It works on PC, Mac®, tablet or smartphone. Please ensure that you have the proper broadband connection for your video.
What can I do when the quality of the stream is poor?
There are a few actions you can take: Control your internet connection; For a reliable viewing experience at medium quality you need a minimum of 1.0Mb download Internet speed. Try reloading the page a few times or see if you can access the event from another browser and/or device.
Can I stream a video through my iPhone/iPad to my AppleTV?
You can easily and instantly purchase and watch any video, directly on your iPhone and iPad. It works no matter where you are, all you need is...the internet connection. Though, if you'd like to stream a video to your AppleTV to watch it on the big screen, you can use AirPlay directly from your iOS devices.
What you need:
- iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, or iPod touch
- Apple TV
Note: Your iOS device and Apple TV need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Check out more information on AirPlay usage directly on Apple.com
Can I stream a video on-demand on a big screen using Chromecast?
Cast your favorite entertainment from your phone or tablet straight to the TV. Use Chrome browser and follow the steps as explained on the official Chromecast pages: http://www.google.com/chrome/devices/chromecast/learn.html
How to access the video stream of an event?
- Go to the webpage of the event.
- On this webpage, click on the "Buy", "Purchase" or "Watch now" button (or any other call to action) to start the purchase of your virtual ticket. A new browser window will appear.
- Log in to Cleeng using Facebook, Google, Yahoo or sign-up by entering your email address and a password of your choice.
- Make a payment using a preferred secure payment method of your choice. A confirmation message will appear on the webpage, you will have instant access to the live video stream.
- You will receive an email (and a reminder on the day of the event) with a direct link to a page where the event is being broadcast. Once the event is about to start (or during the event), click on the link. You should have instant access to the event. (If there are any issues streaming the event, please contact the WatchNTPA support team via the submission form at the bottom of the page.)
What is the season pass?
The National Tractor Pullers Association is proud to introduce the $299 Live Streaming Season Pass. For that price, fans will have real-time and on-demand access to all 32 sessions of NTPA events that are part of the 2017 Live Streaming schedule. That's 13 sessions of Super National and four sessions of Grand National pulling as filmed for television by AP Productions and 15 sessions of Grand and Regional National pulling as recorded for the NTPA's mobile scoreboards---all for less than $10 apiece at WatchNTPA.com.
Events on the Live Streaming roster in 2017 are the Pinetops 300 in Pinetops, North Carolina (May 19-20), the GALOT Motorsports Park Mule City 300 in Benson, North Carolina (June 2-3), the NTPA Power Pull Nationals in Hutchinson, Minnesota (June 16-17), the Budweiser Dairyland NTPA Super Nationals in Tomah, Wisconsin (June 22-25), the North Iowa Nationals in Rockwell, Iowa (July 7-8), the Lions Super Pull of the South in Chapel Hill, Tennessee (July 21-22), the Fort Recovery NTPA Grand Nationals in Fort Recovery, Ohio (July 28-29), the Erie County Fair Pull in Sandusky, Ohio (August 11), the National Tractor Pulling Championships in Bowling Green, Ohio (August 17-19), the Great Darke County Fair Pull in Greenville, Ohio (August 22-23), the Friday Night Spectacular in Wellington, Ohio (August 25), the DeKalb County Fair Pull in Sandwich, Illinois (September 7 and 9), and the 31st Enderle Memorial Pull-Off in Urbana, Ohio (September 16).
The WatchNTPA.com Live Streaming interface is all new in 2017 and includes a "Live DVR" feature which allows viewers to pause, rewind, and fast-forward. Also, while a 1.0 Mb/s connection is recommended, the streaming interface adapts to lower bitrates to promote an interruption-free broadcast. The package includes on-demand access to all streamed events for up to a year after package initial purchase. Check out the FAQ tab at WatchNTPA.com for additional details and a list of supported devices. Responsive technical support via e-mail is included in the purchase price. No refunds will be issued for terminated or cancelled sessions or events. Purchases made during this season apply to events on the 2017 schedule only and will not carry over to 2018.