When it comes to live sports streaming, nobody does it better than Kayo. With a choice of over 50 sports from around the world, including NRL, AFL and ICC Cricket, it’s the best place to watch Australia’s most popular sporting events, whether you’re at home or on the road.
As the service has only been available since November 2018, some folks are still unsure as to how it works, how much it costs and what all the fuss is about? Here we’re going to answer those questions and more so that sports fans around Australia don’t miss out on this revolution in live sports streaming.
How Much Does Kayo Sports Cost
There are two options when considering a Kayo Sports subscription. Both packages have all the same sports and features, the only difference is the number of screens or devices you can access at any given time.
$25 per month. Available on up to two devices at the same time. Over 50 sports available live and on-demand including Fox Sports, ESPN Australia and beIN Sports. You’re also free to cancel your subscription at any time.
$35 per month. Available on up to three devices at the same time. Over 50 sports available live and on-demand including Fox Sports, ESPN Australia and beIN Sports. You’re also free to cancel your subscription at any time.
Get Kayo Sports FREE Trial
Stream over 50 sports like Cricket (including BBL), NBA and A-League Live and On Demand. Get your 14 day FREE trial with no lock in contracts!
Telstra customers: Get Kayo’s free trial added to your existing Telstra plan.
What do I get in the Kayo Sports packages?
Both packages come with a range of fantastic features that enhance your viewing experience in a way never seen before. But don’t just take our word for it, check them all out for yourself with Kayo’s 14 day free trial. Simply choose the package that best suits you and receive instant access to all the best sports and features on your favourite devices.
What Sports are available on Kayo
With so many sports to choose from, you’re literally spoilt for choice on Kayo, as national and international events, games and tournaments take place around the clock, 365 days a year. Here are some of the most popular sports that you won’t want to miss.
You can catch every match of every round live of the AFL, along with selected finals games live and on demand, from March through to September. There’s also exclusive coverage of the AFLW, with the female league rapidly expanding and growing in popularity year-on-year. So if you want streaming access to Australia’s most popular game, including expert analysis and post-match programming, Kayo is the place to be.
Kayo is the official home for streaming everything league, showing every round game live, along with selected finals games both live and on-demand. You can also catch delayed coverage from all three State Of Origin head-to-heads. Add to this coverage of the Canterbury Cup, the NRL State Championship and the English Super League, and we start to see why league fans shouldn’t be a without Kayo subscription.
ICC International Cricket
Catch all of the world’s biggest international Tests, ODIs and T20 matches involving Australia, New Zealand, England, India and South Africa this summer. There’s also live coverage of the Indian Premier League, the world’s biggest and most lucrative T20 tournament, featuring the best players from all corners of the globe for six weeks of boundary-smashing cricket.
The best place in Australia to watch all things Union, Kayo features comprehensive coverage of all the biggest competitions in the 15 man game. From the Rugby Championship and Super Rugby to the Bledisloe Cup and the Rugby World Cup 2019 – If it’s happening in the world of Rugby – you can watch it with Kayo!
Kayo is the undisputed home of International soccer. From La Liga and Ligue 1 to Serie A and Bundesliga, you can catch the best players in the world performing every week. Add to that the English FA Cup, featuring every Premier League team, the Hyundai A League and Major League Soccer – and you can see why football fans have plenty to cheer about.
What Devices is Kayo available on?
The great news is that Kayo is available to watch and stream on a wide range of TV devices, home computers, smartphones and tablets with even more to be added soon.
Please note – data and internet charges may apply.
|PC/Mac||Yes||Web browser only (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge)|
|iOS/Android Phones/Tablets||Yes||Via native apps (iOS 11 and Android 6 minimum)|
|Google Chromecast||Yes||Chromecast Ultra or 3rd Generation required for 1080p HD, otherwise 720p|
|Telstra TV||Yes||Split View not available; TTV1 limited to 720p|
|Android TV||Yes||Via app for version 7.0 and up|
|Samsung Smart TVs||Soon||App in development|
|PS4 and Xbox One||Soon||App in development|
|Apple TV||Yes||4th Generation or higher|
How to sign up to Kayo
Signing up to Kayo Sports is super easy. Simply head to their subscriptions page, choose the package that suits you then create an account with your personal email address. Most major credit cards are accepted including Visa, Mastercard and Amex.
If you are a Telstra TV customer, you can pay directly through your Telstra TV account. This option is only available to new Kayo customers. You can also purchase Kayo Sports for Apple TV, Macs and iOS devices directly through the Apple App Store.
Get in contact with kayo
If you have any questions regarding Kayo Sports or require information that hasn’t been covered here, you can contact them directly by Live Chat or email. There’s also a great Troubleshoot section on their site that offers guidance if you’re need some help getting the best out of their range of features.
Kayo Sports Review
Kayo Sports has quickly established itself as the number one sports streaming service in Australia thanks to its ease of use, range of sports and unrivalled features. Ideal for watching events wherever you may be, ensuring you don’t miss out on any of the action, it’s a must for every serious sports fan.