TV & Movies

Get Stuck Into All The Action With This Epic New Sports Streaming Service

By Sammy Preston
26th Jun 2020

Dustin Martin of the Tigers celebrates kicking a goal during the 2019 AFL Grand Final match between the Richmond Tigers and the Greater Western Sydney Giants at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 28, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.

Just as footy is slowly starting to roll back into action across the country—a brand new streaming service has dropped that’s 100 percent live sport.

Called Kayo, it’s your new go-to for AFL, Super Rugby, NRL, cricket, soccer, basketball, MLB, MMA and golf. Hell, you can even tune into darts, diving, equestrian, lawn balls, poker, rodeo and surfing. Basically, if it’s sporty, it’s happening on Kayo.

Foxtel has long been the custodian of the best live sport in Aus, harbouring volumes of the best games, codes and matches—but at a hefty price tag only your mum and dad could cough up. Kayo is the cable giant’s brand new answer to more affordable, accessible, epic sports viewing, minus the set-top box and a trip to your parent’s place.

Your Kayo subscription includes new game-changing features like split view, so you can watch up to four games at once. If you’re into stats, Kayo’s interactive stats lets you get all mathematical with live action from Australian Cricket matches, AFL, NRL, A-League and Super Rugby.

Time poor? The "key moments" feature allows you to watch game highlights (ideal for those ultra-long test matches come summertime).

Kayo’s not just live sport either—you’ll also be able to stream shows and docos. From ESPN, you can watch The 85’ Bears, which tells the tale of an iconic decade for the NFL's Chicago Bears. If you’ve been missing the MCG, there’s a doco on its history, and if you want to dip your toe into the ocean of baseball nostalgia, Banned For Life is the story of Shoeless Joe Jackson and a big gambling scandal in MLB.

There are two Kayo subscriptions you can choose from. Basic is just $25 per month, and premium comes in at $35 per month. Suss it all out here

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