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Would you rather attend a event live or watch it on tv? Reply

    Last reply: 22nd Oct 2019 / 12 replies / Post by Mark31614696

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annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 17th Aug 2019

annie says: My family and i love sport and love watching sport live or on TV.We attend live games of rugby League in person during the regular season.For the grand final of Afl or Rugby League i watch the games on Tv as tickets are too expensive for my to be able to attend.But the atmosphere live at the ground of a Rugby League game is always exciting and fun Reply

Puiyeelol

Posted by: Puiyeelol
Posted: 20th Aug 2019

Puiyeelol says: watch it on TV. I am a lazy person haha Reply

The Fat Man

Posted by: The Fat Man
Posted: 27th Aug 2019

The Fat Man says: You get a better coverage of sporting events on TV than you get at a match in most instances, however there are excellent social benefits of going to a live event such as a music festival. Reply

Erin31821017

Posted by: Erin31821017
Posted: 2nd Sep 2019

Erin31821017 says: Love obviously!!
You get to enjoy it more and be in “the moment” Reply

Erin31821017

Posted by: Erin31821017
Posted: 2nd Sep 2019

Erin31821017 says: Love obviously!!
You get to enjoy it more and be in “the moment” Reply

Jonathan31878872

Posted by: Jonathan31878872
Posted: 10th Sep 2019

Jonathan31878872 says: Always on tv. I feel I can see what's happening better, don't get sun stroke or have to deal with drunken idiots. Reply

l3mon

Posted by: l3mon
Posted: 10th Sep 2019

l3mon says: I would prefer to watch a sports game on tv, however if it is a concert and the artist visits once in a blue moon then I would definitely rather attend the live event Reply

Kaylan31639932

Posted by: Kaylan31639932
Posted: 24th Sep 2019

Kaylan31639932 says: I will watch at home because I get luxury and also close and different angle views of the event. Reply

holdenmg

Posted by: holdenmg
Posted: 2nd Oct 2019

holdenmg says: I would normally say watch on TV for the low cost and convenience but I love the being there of the Australian Open Tennis. Lately I have been watching Sport on Kayo and it is a whole new experience... Reply

Captured

Posted by: Captured
Posted: 15th Oct 2019

Captured says: My family do both for cricket, what games we can't/don't get to, we watch on TV.

Both ways have pros and cons. The atmosphere at the event is lively and fun, TV coverage shows bits you may have missed and explains or commentates a bit better too. Reply

goanna

Posted by: goanna
Posted: 22nd Oct 2019

goanna says: Sport doesn't interest me but that doesn't mean to say it's not good because it keeps team players active with heaps of people enjoying games. Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 22nd Oct 2019

chickenman says: nothing like the atmosphere at a live event, but i am now a "watch" on tv person now. Reply

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