A revolutionary new way to pay for and watch sports in Australia is finally here, introducing Kayo Sports! As of Monday, the 26th of November, Australians can officially sign up for the newest groundbreaking sports streaming platform the country has to offer, for just $25 per month!
The game changing streaming service has already signed on over 50 different sporting codes around the world and will offer over 30,000 hours woth of sports content, live or on demand, every year!
No longer will Australian sport lovers have to fork out extra costs to sign up for Foxtel packages just so they can watch live sport. Now, all of the moajor sporting codes that you would normally see on Fox Sports, ESPN, beIN and Eurosport are all available on Kayo, for one low monthly fee.
Kayo Sports features AFL, Cricket, NRL, NBA, NFL, Tennis, European Soccer, A-LEague, Rugby Union, motorsports just to name a few and the best part is, customers wont have to sign up for bulky packages that include unneccasary channels.
“Kayo is for people who just want sport, streamed on their terms. They want to watch what they want, when they want, how they want.” - Kayo Sports CEO Julian Ogrin
Not only will fans be able to watch sports from over 50 different codes around the world, they’ll be able to do it in a way that is not offered on any other sports streaming service currently. A range of different features such as ‘key moments, split view and no spoilers’ will enhance the sports viewing experience for the consumer.
Kayo Sports customers will need a stable interet connection to get the best out of their subscription, but with the NBN rollout nearly complete in Australia, streaming your sports and television via the internet is quickly becoming common practice.
Kayo Sports are leaving no stone unturned when it comes to offering streaming platforms as well. From day one, you will be able to use Kayo on a range of different devices, including but not limited to iOS, Android, PC or watch direct on your TV with Telstra TV, Apple TV and Chromecast Ultra.
As we mentioend above, the Kayo Sports subscription starts from a ridiculously low price of just $25 per month, which allows customers to stream on two different devices at the same time. However, for an extra $10 per month ($35 total), you’ll be able to add a third screen in the premium package!
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