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Is Kodi going to get the Velocity channel?
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see free content (wiki). Kodi does not provide content.

Edit by memphiz: the missing word "not" made a big difference in what you really wanted to say Wink
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(2017-08-09, 20:58)rarert Wrote: Is Kodi going to get the Velocity channel?

I would suggest pitching the idea to Velocity themselves, as well as all their sister networks if there are no official add-ons for them.

As mentioned in the previous reply, Kodi is nothing more than a player. All content in Kodi is provided by local/network files, or via the add-on API. While someone might write a somewhat working add-on Velocity would be in the best position to make an add-on that would authenticate and play their content reliably.
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(2017-08-09, 20:58)rarert Wrote: Is Kodi going to get the Velocity channel?

Maybe this would work?

https://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=263976
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