Livescore users will not have to bet to watch matches
Fans will be required to register with the sports app but will not have to open a gambling account to access Champions League broadcasts
Livescore, the sports app that recently bought the rights to broadcast the Uefa Champions League in Ireland and is part of a gambling group, will not charge or make users open betting accounts to watch matches on its app.
The Gibraltar-based company, which has an office in Galway, caused a shock when it announced the deal to buy the Irish broadcast rights for all 137 Champions League matches for the next three seasons.
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