Streaming Websites Getting Blacked Out

The San Diego Chargers had a couple of games blacked out from local television last season because we were unable to sell enough tickets for the game. Some people were working around the system by jumping on the internet to watch the games.

ATDHE.net, a highly popular sports streaming site which featured tons of professional and college sports as well as international sports programming, has been shut down by the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement Investigations.

This site wasn’t the only one. Rojadirecta.org, one of the most popular sites in Spain (it also shows American professional sports), Firstrow.net, Channelsurfing.net, Ilemi.com and others also became history, and more could be going down the same road if the authorities can unearth them- SanDiego.com

It looks like the Chargers will have to sell out the games for us to watch them on our HD televisions. Let’s win some ballgames and our bandwagon town (see SDSU Aztecs) will jump on board to buy some tickets.

Topics: Black Outs

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  • flutiefan

    this sucks! i live on the other side of the country, and a couple of the sites were the only way i could see my beloved Chargers.
    i am really pissed that the DHS would even waste their resources combating this.

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