This new way of viewing the H2H matches is vastly inferior to the YouTube channel. What ever servers/networks you are using are not able to keep up with the 1080p stream causing both blurry and choppy video images (at least I hope it is 1080p as that is what we had with YouTube - where I could see the stream information). This does not occur all the time but it does occur a lot. I use the Andriod app installed directly on my TV. Again, I have been watching for over a year on YouTube and had never had even the hint of an issue --- not now. It make it almost so I don't want to watch anymore as seeing such a fast sport with blurry jerky video is not entertaining.
I would strongly recommend you add the H2H matches back to YouTube as well if the hope is to increase interest and viewers of this great sport. Making people download and install an app is certainly a disincentive to new viewers. Without growing interest in this sport it will certainly die once casinos in Florida are no longer required to have parimutual wagering. Magic City (with it vastly superior announcers who make the game viewer friendly even to new comers) and the YouTube Channel are Jai Alai best hopes in the United States. And there is hope --- if you look at the recent matches in France and other countries the frontons are full with thousands of fans. With the proper promotion here, I thinik Jai Alai in the USA is savable.
This is a real shame as I really do like watch the excellent play at Magic City Jai Alai.