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Watch Today’s Challenge Cup Final Live Online

Today – the Stena Line Belfast Giants face the Cardiff Devils in the Challenge Cup Final. The puck drops 6pm at Ice Arena Wales and Cardiff’s Ice Time TV will be broadcasting the big game live online. Here are all the details you need, thanks to the Cardiff Devils & Ice Time TV, to watch today’s game…

We don’t want you to miss a minute of the action and with this in mind, it’s essential that you buy your tickets early and log in to watch on the day early to test your stream.


ISSUES WITH LIVE STREAMING – The vast majority of problems that viewers experience whilst trying to watch live internet broadcasts are user errors or localised issues that our customer support team can help you to resolve. Buying and logging in EARLY gives us time to help you, so you don’t miss a thing.

HIGH VOLUMES OF VIEWERS EXPECTED – With the high volume of viewers expected, logging in early will help everyone. Picture it like the start of a match, you don’t want to all rush through the doors at the same time – it’s gonna cause a traffic jam! There’s a reason the arena doors open an hour before face off, it’s the same with our stream.

BUY IN ADVANCE – The livestream bought before 12noon today will be at a discounted rate of £10. Purchasing the livestream after 12 noon on game day will cost £15. We are not doing this to try to make more money, we are trying to get EVERYONE to buy in advance and test their stream before the puck drops. We will be streaming footage from midday for your entertainment and our customer service team will be on hand from this time too to help you with any problems you may experience.

WE ARE HERE TO HELP – As always, support will be provided via email to Whilst we may use twitter to make announcements we will not be able to provide support via this method and as such will not be responding to any social media. IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS PLEASE EMAIL US ASAP! Icetime TV are a nice bunch of people and we want to help!

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