iFollow is Bolton Wanderers's new and improved video platform, replacing Wanderers PlayerHD from the start of the 2017/18 season.
Below we have provided some answers to frequently asked questions surrounding the new video platform iFollow. If you have any further queries, please email iFollow@efl.com.
FAQs For UK And Republic Of Ireland Subscribers
Ahead of the 2017/18 season, the EFL is improving the PlayerHD service, which will be relaunched and renamed iFollow. As part of your club's new website iFollow will offer fans, based in the UK and Republic of Ireland, access to live audio commentary, as well as extended highlights and exclusive behind the scenes videos in HD, across desktop, mobile, tablet and app.
Season passes are available for £45 and monthly passes are available for £4.49.
At present season passes and monthly passes are available.
iFollow is available across desktop, mobile, tablet and app. Users watching matches live on a mobile will have to use the iFollow app, which is available via the App Store and Google Play Store. There is currently no available app on the Amazon Appstore.
Under the EFL’s existing broadcast agreement with Sky Sports clubs are unable to offer fans in the UK or Republic of Ireland the same access to iFollow as international fans.
Now! iFollow is now available as part of all EFL Digital clubs’ new websites.
If you were an existing Wanderers PlayerHD subscriber then your account will now have been transferred to the new iFollow service. Existing PlayerHD users will now be able to log in with their existing log in details.
No, in order to live stream games on iFollow you would need to purchase a separate pass whilst based abroad, that requires a local bank account and local address. Upon your return to the UK or Republic of Ireland you would not then be able to watch games but you would be able to listen to live audio match commentary on either of your passes.
Yes. The system will automatically stop playback on any other devices and the most recent log in will take precedent.
Commentary will be provided by the club's regular commentators, in association with Tower FM, as in previous seasons. This will be provided for all UK and Republic of Ireland subscribers.