2013 Pan Jiu Jitsu Championships Live Broadcast Frequently asked questions.
Please note that this information will be updated as it comes to us
Where can I watch the live broadcast?
The live broadcast can be seen here.
How much does it cost?
The current pricing is dependent on which days you would like to watch:
ALL ACCESS (plus replay) – 49.95
Saturday & Sunday (plus replay) – $24.95
Friday only – $10.95
Thursday only – $10.95
Wednesday only – $10.95
Visit here for up to the date pricing.
Will you broadcast all the fights?
Yes! Using the new “Multi Mat” technology, we will have available every mat throughout the event. Currently this event is scheduled to have 10 mats
What is “Multi Mat” Technology
We recently upgraded our equipment and software to accommodate every user to select between all mats, as well as the main program with commentary! Once logged in, you will see buttons to determine what YOU want to watch! **(IOS Devices such as Ipad\Iphone can only view the main commentary feed)
Does this mean I can watch all the mats at once simultaneously?
Unfortunately for the consideration and available bandwidth for all viewers, you are limited to a couple of simultaneous mat views per account, this is to ensure a quality experience for all who have purchased the event. You will receive errors if you open multiple windows\browsers and try to watch more than 2-3 mats at once. However, you are free to select between the mats and the main commentary feed as many times as you would like within 1 browser window\tab!
How long will you be broadcasting?
Wednesday is expected to run from 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST. Thursday through Saturday is scheduled to start at 9:00AM Pacific time and go until approximately 8:00PM pacific time. On Sunday it should start at approximately 9:00AM and go until 5:00PM. We’ll continue to broadcast until the very last fight of the day. Log on early to make sure nothing is missed!
What time is that where I live?
Below is a list of major cities around the world. We also suggest this website to find your timezone and start time.
Thurs-Sun Start Times:
Los Angeles 9:00AM (Event time zone)
Abu Dhabi – 8:00PM
London – 4:00PM
Paris – 5:00PM
New York – 12:00PM
Rio De Janeiro – 1:00PM
Hawaii – 6:00AM
Will you replay the Broadcast?
The entire commentary feed broadcast will be available for replay within a few weeks.
Can I watch the broadcast on my iPhone/iPad/Android etc.?
Yes! If you use the default safari IOS browser we have implemented the commentary only feed (no multi-mat) for IOS devices such as Iphones, Ipads. Please ensure you have the latest version of IOS on your device to properly watch the feed. Some Android devices (Phones\Tablets) should be able to view the stream provided the bandwidth is available, however since flash support is dwindling and OS version varies greatly, we cannot guarantee your platform will be compatible.
What is the delay of the stream?
The delay is in most cases less than 15-20 seconds (similar to live TV broadcasts). Occasionally it can happen that the delay is longer. The delay may also be affected by the speed of your broadband.
The following is the recommended system requirements to view the live stream:
Pentium 4 2.0 ghz or better
Windows XP(sp3) / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Mac OS X 11.4+ / Latest Linux Distros (Ubuntu 11+, etc)
Adobe Flash Player 11.0+ http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
SD Streams require 900bps download speed, HD requires 1800kbps. Test your speed at http://www.speedtest.net/ to see if you meet the minimum requirements.
Users in military or some government\university campuses may have certain firewall restrictions that cause difficulty or intermittent problems with the feed. If so try using the “firewall” link on the right side of the live page, this should fix most problems. Mobile data networks typically will have problems viewing the live stream due to the inconsistent speeds and the nature of live streaming.
Ipad/Ipad 2/Iphone/Ipod Touch
Ensure you have the latest version of IOS to watch the feed, If you encounter playback problems, try using the seek bar to “jump back” a little to let the stream buffer more. This is a unique feature for IOS stream-able devices.
Some Android devices (Phones\Tablets) should be able to view the stream provided the bandwidth is available, however since flash support is dwindling and OS version varies greatly, we cannot guarantee your platform will be compatible.
Playstation 3 is no longer officially supported. The Sony PS3 browser is behind in technology compared to other modern browsers, and if it continues to work should be used as a bonus alternative to a PC.