The biggest event in the calendar of cricket fans around the globe is almost here, with the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 bowling its first ball on May 30th, running all the way through to the finals in mid-July. With ten countries sending their best one-day teams to compete for one of the game’s most cherished trophies, it’s going to be a month and a half of the best cricket has to offer.
Stream the World Cup Live and On Demand with Kayo Sports
The really good news for fans of the great game is that there’s a new way to watch it that lets you see every game, every ball and every detail, at the time you want. As a dedicated sports streaming service, Kayo is going to be bringing you every exciting moment of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 live in high definition* – or, if you’d prefer, on demand. Boasting a range of innovative special features and a remarkably cheap $25/month price tag, Kayo is a must-have for sports fans in general – but especially so for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
World Cup TV Shows and Docos
One of the great things about Kayo is that it’s not just about delivering live and on-demand streams of the matches to you. It’s also backed up by a range of TV shows and documentaries that let you take a deeper dive into both the event and the sport itself, perfect for those down times between games or keeping up with the latest news.
ICC Cricket 360
The show to keep a close eye on throughout the ICC Cricket World Cup (as well as in the lead-up to it) is made by the ICC themselves – the organisers of the four-yearly event. ICC Cricket 360 is a weekly show that dives deep into the latest news and events around cricket, featuring exclusive interviews with players, expert analysis, the latest highlights and what’s coming up. A must watch for all Australian cricket fans, it’s available weekly on Kayo with all episodes of the 2019 season available to stream so you can catch up.
Stream Cricket with Kayo Sports
Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every action from BBL, NBA, A-League,FA Cup, NFL and more – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.
A treasure trove of cricket content for those who like to dive deep into what makes the game tick, this constantly growing collection lets you stream a wide range of content. There are interviews (such as Adam Gilchrist interviewing the Aussie team, or sitting down with superstar Indian cricketer Virat Kohli), there are docos about cricket from Australia and around the world, and much more. As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 progresses, you can expect to see more cricket specials added to the list.
Full Length Docos
If you’re looking for some cricket viewing with a bit more to chew on, Kayo Sports has some brilliant documentaries on offer, taking you deep inside some of the most interesting stories in the game. A must-see is Downfall, which looks at the infamous ball-tampering scandal and what it has meant for those involved, with Warne, Gilchrist and Border giving their insights. Or Being Kevin Pietersen, one of the more popular full length sport docos about the former England player and his rocky journey in the game. The epic two-part 2 Nations, 1 Obsession looks at the long-standing friendly rivalry between the Australian and Indian teams, the origin of IPL cricket and more.
Official Cricket Films
Put together at the end of a competition and drawing from a mountain of footage from broadcasts and dozens of other sources, the official films of sporting events tend to be must-see experiences that capture the dynamic and excitement of the whole contest in a compact hour-long experience. Kayo Sports has some of these already available – including a terrific overview of the 2017 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup and the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20. More will be on the way, with the 2019 World Cup an obvious contender.
It’s one of the smartest things to happen to sports television since, well, television. Kayo Sports is well aware that many people lead lives that don’t always allow time to sit back and take in the full length of a one-day game, let alone a multi-day test match. That’s where Kayo Minis come in – they’re expertly curated and edited versions of games, condensed down to a more manageable length (for example, an entire one-day match can be viewed as an 18-minute Kayo Mini). More than just a highlights reel, Minis replays let you experience the game without the hefty time investment. They’re going to be crucial throughout the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019!
Watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 with Kayo Sports
With full coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – including live and on-demand streams as well as a range of additional shows and docos – Kayo is a must-have for the biggest cricket event of the year. You can check out everything Kayo Sports has to offer, completely free for two weeks on Kayo’s 14 day free trial. Stream and watch anything you like, including the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, and if you like what you see, a mere $25 per month is all it costs for Kayo Basic, with no hidden extras.* Once you’ve signed up, you can also access your favourite games and matches across a wide range of streaming devices using the native Kayo Sports app. For a full list of eligible devices, check out the table below, and review the live TV times for every match of the Cricket World Cup.
Devices supported on Kayo
– PC/Mac: Yes – MacOS 10.12+ (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) & Windows 10 (Chrome, Firefox, Edge); web browser only
– iOS/Android Phones/Tablets: Yes – Via native apps (iOS 11+ and Android 6+)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast Ultra, 3rd Generation and Chromecast with Google TV for optimal streaming
– Telstra TV: Yes – Split View not available; Telstra TV1 limited to 720p
– Android TV: Yes – Via
– Samsung Smart TVs: Yes – 2017 and later models
– PS4 and Xbox One: Soon – App in development
– Apple TV: Yes – 4th Generation or higher
* Kayo requires internet & compatible device. Data charges apply. HD availability subject to your internet service and device capabilities. Australia only.