Kayo Review – What you should know about the sports TV streaming service


Summary

Our Verdict

Kayo Sports


Fantastic picture quality, an incredibly low price and access to all the high definition sport you can handle? Kayo’s a winner.

 
Overall 93%
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Review was updated on 1 April, 2020

It was a long time coming, but the wait worth it – Aussie sports fans can now get on board with a streaming service that’s entirely dedicated to premium sport from Australia and around the globe. This heavyweight player in the streaming world has a suitably triumphant name – Kayo.

Kayo Sports Review

There’s been painfully few options for Australian fans when it comes to streaming their favourite sports online – and like with most things sport, it’s been a case of having a pay TV subscription or missing out. And while you certainly can’t go wrong with a full-fledged satellite install with all the high-tech goodness it brings, that’s not something everyone wants to do, or can even afford. Some simply can’t get satellite TV installed where they live, while others aren’t happy paying for the full service when all they want is the sports coverage, and further scrutiny reveals that each of these decisions were instrumental in the crafting of the Kayo streaming platform.

The recently-restructured Foxtel Now can include a suite of sports channels as an option – which is great, yet again, if you want a bunch of other channels alongside the sport ones. And even then, the bare minimum price of sports with that option is currently $54/month, still reasonably hefty compared to what streaming-savvy people are used to with the likes of Netflix and Stan TV. What we’ve needed for a long time is, as one TV executive put it recently, the “Netflix of sport”. If your priority is watching sports, Kayo has stepped in to save the day – all the sport you love, in high definition, at one incredibly low monthly price with no hidden extras.

Kayo Sports Highlights

  • Free trial offer: two weeks full access free, cancel any time
  • Price: $25/month (Basic, 2 screens) and $35/month (Premium, 3 screens)
  • Sports included: Over 15,000 hours of quality on-demand sport content – new content daily
  • Devices: Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV, Samsung TV, Chromecast Ultra, iOS/Android phones & tablets, web browsers.
  • Support: Online only (web form).

What makes Kayo Unique

Kayo Sports is, of course, owned and operated by Foxtel – something that’s downplayed in the branding, but is pretty obvious from the moment you see the sports that are on offer. And that’s a good thing for more than just the access to a great variety of sport. They’ve been busy perfecting their streaming platform in the lead-up to Kayo’s launch – anyone who’s tried the new Foxtel Go live stream app will already know that it’s been fast and flawless.

What are Kayo’s Best Features?

  • SplitView – Stream up to 4 games at once in real time
  • Key Moments – Jump straight to the events that changed the course of the game
  • Kayo Minis – Bite-sized replays bringing you all the action in a few minutes
  • No Spoilers! – Hides all scores so you can stream a replay as if it were happening live
  • Search – Type in what you’re looking for and go straight to your favourite sports
  • Interactive Stats – Get live analysis and key stats on the biggest sports
  • On-demand – Match replays, popular sport docos and other shows whenever and wherever
  • Multiple Cameras – Watch multiple different camera feeds on demand, even on the same screen, with select events

Kayo isn’t a case of “pay a monthly fee and here, have 15 channels, best of luck to you!” Instead, Kayo Sports streaming delivers exactly what fans have been waiting for – Sport, and plenty of it. AFL, NRL, cricket, golf, Formula 1, supercars… it’s all here for the one monthly price. Kayo has opted to eliminate the idea of “channels” as the main means of navigating the service’s content. And yes, that makes perfect sense – after all, you don’t browse Netflix by “channels”, do you? Kayo’s approach is far more organic and user-friendly (though if you really want to, you can stream any of the source channels live – you’ll just have to find them tucked away at the very bottom of the page!).

Click here to start a 14 day free trial!

What Sports are on Kayo?

list of sports on kayo
Stream over 50 sports, live & on demand. Photo: Kayo Sports

So which sports can you find on Kayo? Well, put it this way – if there’s any sport you follow that’s available on pay TV, it’s going to be on Kayo – and that’s a huge list, with the cream of Australian and global sport all in the one place. If a particular sport is currently being broadcast in it’s entirety on Foxtel, Kayo promises it will be streamed siren-to-siren, and available on demand for those times you want to go back and relive the action.

Over 15,000 hours of on-demand Sport – New content added daily

Please note: Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact globally, there’s currently NO LIVE sport available on Kayo. What Kayo is offering during this time is over 15,000 hours of quality on-demand sport content, from Fox Sports, ESPN, beIN Sports. This includes Kayo originals – game/race replays, award-winning documentaries and sports related shows and news, with new content added everyday.

The streaming service has demonstrated it will have all the content you’d typically find in a TV sports package. This includes over 50 sports, encompassing the most popular codes including the AFL premiership, NRL premiership, Rugby Union, A-League, international and domestic Cricket, the Virgin Australia Supercars, MotoGP championship, FIA Formula One world championship and much more. Any sport broadcast on Fox Sports, ESPN of Australia and BeIN will be available to stream live on Kayo or watched on replay later in full 1080p high definition. If you’re looking for a specific event or league, search the table below and discover what sports are on Kayo.

SportEventDatesDates
AFLAFL PremiershipMar-Sept03/01/2020
AFLAFL Finals Series (excluding Grand Final)Sept09/01/2020
AFLAFLXFeb02/01/2020
AFLJLT Community SeriesFeb-Mar02/01/2020
AFLU18 ChampionshipJune06/01/2020
AFLNAB Rising Star Award CeremonySept09/01/2020
AFLBrownlow MedalSept09/01/2020
BaseballMLBMar-Oct03/01/2020
BasketballFIBA BasketballAll YearAllYear
BasketballNBA Summer LeagueJuly07/01/2020
BasketballNBLOct-Feb10/01/2020
BasketballWNBLOct-Dec10/01/2020
BasketballNBAOct-June10/01/2020
BasketballWNBAMay-Sept05/01/2020
BasketballNCAA BasketballNov-Apr11/01/2020
Cricket2019 World CupMay 30 – July 1405/30/2020
CricketSri Lanka v BangladeshJuly07/01/2020
CricketWest Indies v IndiaJuly-Aug07/01/2020
CricketAustralia v Sri LankaOct-Nov10/01/2020
CricketAustralia v India TestNov-Jan11/01/2020
CricketAustralia v India ODIJan01/01/2020
CricketKFC Big Bash LeagueDec-Jan12/01/2020
CricketAustralia v PakistanNov-Dec11/01/2020
CricketAustralia v New ZealandDec-Mar12/01/2020
CricketAustralian Women’s v Sri LankaSept-Oct09/01/2020
Cricket2020 Australian Women’s Tri SeriesJan-Feb01/01/2020
CricketIndia v South AfricaSept-Oct09/01/2020
CricketIndia v BangladeshNov11/01/2020
CricketIndia v West IndiesDec12/01/2020
CricketNew Zealand v EnglandOct10/01/2020
CricketPakistan v Sri LankaOct10/01/2020
CricketSouth Africa v EnglandDec-Jan12/01/2020
CricketCommbank Series – Women’sNov-Feb11/01/2020
CricketRebel Women’s BBLDec-Jan12/01/2020
CricketAllan Border Medal/Belinda Clark MedalFeb02/01/2020
CricketJLT One Day SeriesSept-Oct09/01/2020
CricketCaribbean Premier League Cricket (CPL)Aug-Sept08/01/2020
CricketIntl & Domestic Tests, ODI’s and T20’sAll YearAllYear
CyclingUCI CyclingFeb-Nov02/01/2020
DartsPremier League DartsFeb-May02/01/2020
DartsWorld Darts ChampionshipDec12/01/2020
DartsWorld MatchplayJuly07/01/2020
DartsWorld Cup of DartsJune06/01/2020
DartsDarts Grand PrixOct10/01/2020
DartsThe MastersNov11/01/2020
DartsMelbourne/Perth MastersAug08/01/2020
EquestrianTop global eventsYear-roundAllYear
EsportsE-League FootballFeb-May02/01/2020
Extreme SportsX GamesJan-Dec01/01/2020
Field HockeyOceania CupSeptember09/01/2020
Field HockeyHockey OneSept – Nov09/01/2020
Field HockeyHockey World CupDec12/01/2020
Field HockeyFIH Pro LeagueJan-Jun01/01/2020
FootballHyundai A-LeagueOct-May10/01/2020
FootballW-LeagueOct-May10/01/2020
FootballFFA CupJuly-Dec07/01/2020
FootballAustralia SocceroosAll YearAllYear
FootballAustralia MatildasAll YearAllYear
FootballAFC Champion LeagueFeb-Nov02/01/2020
FootballFIFA Club World CupDec12/01/2020
FootballInternational Champions CupJuly-Aug07/01/2020
FootballLa LigaAug-May08/01/2020
FootballSerie AAug-May08/01/2020
FootballLigue 1Aug-May08/01/2020
FootballBundesligaAug-May08/01/2020
FootballCopa LibertadoresJan-Nov01/01/2020
FootballCopa SudamericanaFeb-Nov02/01/2020
FootballMajor League SoccerMar-Dec03/01/2020
FootballEFL ChampionshipAug-May08/01/2020
FootballFA CupAug-May08/01/2020
FootballIndian Super LeagueAug-May08/01/2020
FootballScottish PremiershipAug-May08/01/2020
GolfUS MastersApril04/01/2020
GolfUS OpenJune06/01/2020
GolfBritish OpenJuly07/01/2020
GolfUSPGA ChampionshipsMay05/01/2020
GolfUSPGA Fedex CupOct-Aug10/01/2020
GolfAsian Tour GolfFeb-Dec02/01/2020
GolfEuropean PGA TourJan-Dec01/01/2020
GolfChampionship TourJan-Nov01/01/2020
GolfLadies European TourFeb-Dec02/01/2020
GolfUSLPGAJan-Nov01/01/2020
GolfWorld Golf ChampionshipFeb-Aug02/01/2020
GolfAmateur Golf ChampionshipJune06/01/2020
GolfBritish Senior OpenJuly07/01/2020
GymnasticsGymnastics AustraliaAll YearAllYear
GymnasticsRhythmic World ChampionshipsSeptember09/01/2020
Horse RacingRacing.comJan-Dec01/01/2020
Ice HockeyNHLOct-Jun10/01/2020
MMAUFCJan-Dec01/01/2020
MotorsportMotoGPMar-Nov03/01/2020
MotorsportWorld Superbike ChampionshipFeb-Nov02/01/2020
MotorsportAMA SupercrossJan-May01/01/2020
MotorsportVirgin Australia Supercars ChampionshipFeb-Dec02/01/2020
MotorsportFIA Formula 1 World ChampionshipMar-Dec03/01/2020
MotorsportIndyCar SeriesMarch – Sept03/01/2020
MotorsportFIM SpeedwayMay-Oct05/01/2020
MotorsportFIA World Rally ChampionshipJan-Nov01/01/2020
MotorsportFIA World RallycrossApr-Nov04/01/2020
MotorsportNASCARJun-Nov06/01/2020
MotorsportFIA Formula E ChampionshipDec-July12/01/2020
MotorsportNTT IndyCar SeriesMar-Sept03/01/2020
MotorsportDeutsche Tourenwagen MastersMay-Oct05/01/2020
RowingWorld Rowing CupMay-July05/01/2020
RowingWorld Rowing ChampionshipSeptember09/01/2020
Rugby LeagueCharity ShieldFebruary02/01/2020
Rugby LeagueNRL PremiershipMar-Oct03/01/2020
Rugby LeagueNRL Touch PremiershipApr-Aug04/01/2020
Rugby LeagueNRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series (excluding Grand Final)September09/01/2020
Rugby LeagueNRL Women’sSept-Oct09/01/2020
Rugby LeagueRugby League Test MatchesMay-Nov05/01/2020
Rugby LeagueIntrust Super Premiership/Supercup/NRL State ChampionshipMar-Oct03/01/2020
Rugby LeagueIntrust Super Cup (QLD Cup)Mar-Oct03/01/2020
Rugby LeagueNRL State ChampionshipOct10/01/2020
Rugby LeagueSuper League (UK) Challenge CupFeb-Oct02/01/2020
Rugby UnionVodafone Super RugbyFeb-Aug02/01/2020
Rugby UnionSuper WFeb-Apr02/01/2020
Rugby UnionRugby ChampionshipJul-Aug07/01/2020
Rugby UnionBledisloe CupAugust 10 & 1708/10/2020
Rugby UnionSix NationsFeb-Mar02/01/2020
Rugby UnionNational Rugby ChampionshipAug-Nov08/01/2020
Rugby UnionCurrie CupJuly-Oct07/01/2020
Rugby UnionMitre 10 CupAug-Oct08/01/2020
Rugby UnionShute ShieldJun-Aug06/01/2020
Rugby UnionGlobal Rapid RugbyMar-Aug03/01/2020
Rugby UnionRugby World CupSept 20 – Nov 209/20/2020
Rugby UnionRugby 7’s MenDec-May12/01/2020
Rugby UnionRugby 7’s WomenDec-May12/01/2020
Rugby UnionAviva Premiership Rugby (UK)Sept-May09/01/2020
SailingWorld Match RacingJuly-Feb07/01/2020
SailingSail GPFeb-Sept02/01/2020
SailingSuperfoilers GPFeb-Dec02/01/2020
SurfingWorld Surfing League (Men and Women)Feb-Dec02/01/2020
SurfingBig Wave TourApr-Oct04/01/2020
Table TennisITTF Table TennisJan-Dec01/01/2020
TennisRoland GarrosMay-June05/01/2020
TennisWimbledonJuly07/01/2020
TennisUS OpenAug-Sept08/01/2020
TennisATP 250 World TourJan-Dec01/01/2020
TennisDavis CupFeb-Nov02/01/2020
TennisWTAJan-Nov01/01/2020
TennisFed CupFeb-Nov02/01/2020
TennisLaver CupSept09/01/2020
TriathlonITU World Triathlon SeriesMar-Sept03/01/2020
US FootballNFLSept-Feb09/01/2020
US FootballNFL Pre-SeasonAug08/01/2020
US FootballNCAA College FootballAug-Jan08/01/2020
VolleyballInternational Volleyball TournamentsAll YearAllYear
WatersportsSwimming FINA World CupAug-Nov08/01/2020
WeightliftingIWF World Weightlifting ChampionshipsNov11/01/2020

What TV Shows are on Kayo?

While live and on-demand sports streaming is the reason for Kayo’s existence, keen-eyed new subscribers will have noticed one of the categories you can pick when initially asked about your interests is TV Documentaries. And yes, Kayo has a range of sports docos to keep you entertained and informed – with the ones that directly relate to the sports you’ve highlighted appearing front and centre on the main screen. It’s fantastic to get the chance to dig deeper into the stories behind the people and the sports, and hopefully Kayo will continue to expand this section – it adds depth and variety to what is already a brilliant service.

How much do Kayo Plans cost?

Kayo will set you back only $25/month for the basic plan (which allows streaming on two screens at one time) or $35/month for the premium plan (which lets you have three screens going at once). We did a comparison of Kayo Sports plans, and even on the basic package, there’s room for two people in the same household to watch different sports without getting in each other’s way!

Kayo Plans

Premium
  • New customers: 14 day free trial
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Watch on 3 devices concurrently
  • 15,000+ hrs of on-demand sport – new content daily
$35/mth
$0 for two-week free trial, $35 for Premium subscription; no lock-in contracts.

Basic
  • New customers: 14 day free trial
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Watch on 2 devices concurrently
  • 15,000+ hrs of on-demand sport – new content daily
$25/mth
$25/month after 14 days free trial; no lock-in contracts.

Last audited 4 May 2020

Regardless of which plan you go for, the first 14 days are completely free – you can sign up right now and road-test the full service, and not pay a cent if you cancel before the end of your Kayo 14-day trial. With such an appealing price point, though, we’re betting the vast majority of subscribers will stay around for the long haul.

Kayo Sports Video Review

How’s the Kayo User Experience?

Kayo launched earlier than planned in response to public demand and widespread interest, meaning the service was officially still in “beta” when launched, and all the apps that Kayo had planned were not ready just yet. A few short weeks after launch, however, the full range of apps were ready for download and work continues on adding new platforms (Samsung smart TVs being the most recent addition).

Supported Browsers

On your desktop or laptop PC, you can browse and view Kayo in all the popular web browsers – Chrome and Firefox on both Windows and Mac, Safari on Mac and Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. When looking for an available sport such as Cricket to watch online it’s easy to navigate the site, pick what you want and full-screen it, and especially easy to set up the split view feature as well. You can also use the web browser on your iOS or Android phone or tablet to stream Kayo, though that’s no longer needed with the arrival of native apps for iOS and Android, both incredibly well designed and slick.

If you have a Chromecast Ultra or the latest (3rd-generation) standard Chromecast, right now you’re going to get the best Kayo experience available on that platform – because you can cast streams and replays in full 1080p HD to your big-screen TV, and the picture quality is phenomenally good. It seemed strange that Kayo would specify the Ultra and 3rd-generation versions of the Chromecast, but we suspect it’s to do with those models’ support for fast 50fps video that the older devices can’t handle in 1080p. Older Chromecasts can be used, but will be limited to a lower-resolution picture.

Sign up to Kayo’s FREE 14 day trial offer

Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every round from the NRL and AFL, action from the German Bundesliga, UFC and V8 Supercars – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.

How To Watch Kayo on TV

Kayo offers a range of native streaming apps which make for an even better experience. Initially, these apps were only available for iOS and Android phones and tablets. But now Android TV and Samsung smart TVs are supported with native apps as well, so those of you with devices based on the Android TV 7.0 platform (such as the Nvidia Shield as well as most recent Sony televisions) or more recent Samsung models will be able to sit back and enjoy Kayo from the couch.

The iOS app, meanwhile, comes with a native app for the 4th and 5th generation Apple TV boxes (those are the two currently sold by Apple – the old 3rd-generation Apple TV won’t be supported since it can’t run apps).

And Telstra TV owners aren’t being left out – there’s an app available for that popular box as well, with the ability to sign up for Kayo directly on the device and have it charged to your Telstra bill. Convenient! The app even works on the original first-generation Telstra TV, but with slightly reduced picture quality (720p) due to that box’s relatively low processing power. Split View also cannot be used on Telstra TV devices

What Devices work with Kayo?

Kayo is currently available on these devices, with more to come, including native apps for smart TVs as well as PlayStation and Xbox game consoles.

DeviceAvailable?User Guide
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 Yes 2017 and later models
PS4 and Xbox One Soon App in development
Apple TV Yes 4th Generation or higher

What else does Kayo Sports offer?

When you first sign up to Kayo, you’re presented with a list of sports, both general (tennis, golf, soccer etc) and specific (AFL, NRL, Rugby World 7s and so on). You’re asked to select the ones that interest you the most and, for the specific sports, pick a team or teams that you follow. What you choose here then feeds into what you see every time you load up the main page of the site. For example if you’re obsessed with tennis and golf, then you’ll find everything you need right there on the front page – live games, times for upcoming matches, and full replays of games that have been played. It’s incredibly easy to use and really encourages browsing and discovery. Multiple user profiles are supported so everyone in the household can customise Kayo and see the sports they care about, front and centre.

Split View Feature

Kayo’s not stopping at just streaming sports to you, though. A deeper evaluation of Kayo reveals they’ve built some very useful functions into the platform, including a split view feature that allows you to watch up to four streams at the same time on the one screen – this is going to be phenomenal for those days when you’d otherwise be flipping back and forth to check progress in the sports you’re following. Split View works especially well on Apple TV 4 devices, which have the processing power to seamlessly run four high definition streams at the same time and swap between them smoothly.

Key Moments

There’s also a “Key Moments” feature with certain sports that lets you jump straight to the good bits when watching a stream of a past event. If you’re watching a replay of a cricket match, for example, you’ll see little timeline icons showing you where each wicket fell – just click on them to go straight to the moment where it happened. Key Moments are available while a game is still in progress, too. The Key Moments feature will be expanding in the coming months, with some very welcome sport-specific enhancements (“Goal Moments,” anyone?)

Interactive Statistics

With Kayo’s unique Interactive Stats you can gain even greater appreciation of the game being played, with real-time updates from a dedicated team of statisticians letting you take a deep dive into all the moving parts of the game. If you’re into an analysis of the facts and figures behind the scores, you’re gonna love it. The interactive stats feature is soon to be enhanced with even more crucial stats and smart graphics – and likely the ability to look up historical data as well!

Kayo Minis – Compact Replays

For sports fans who don’t want to fall behind in what’s happening across their favourite codes, a thorough examination of Kayo Minis reveal that they are an incredibly useful innovation. After an event has finished, Kayo’s team of editing and stats wizards get to work, producing a version of the game that you can watch in minutes, rather than hours. But it’s more than just a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it highlights reel. Kayo Minis are put together so that you still get a feel for the rhythm and pace of the game. You see the moments that mattered – all the highlights are there. But you’re still taken on the journey, so you can see how the outcome happened – just in much less time. It’s a feature that Kayo’s been honing to perfection, and it’s more useful than you’d think. Imagine being able to watch your AFL team’s game and then, as an encore, watch condensed “mini” versions of the day’s other games so you get the big picture of exactly what happened in that round. Kayo Minis make that possible – and you can catch up with the weekend’s Masters golf when you’re done!

RaceView

Motorsports fans are in for a treat with Kayo’s unique RaceView feature – letting you get up close and personal with the cars and drivers or take in a birds-eye view of the big race picture. Best of all, RaceView is designed to work in tandem with Kayo’s unique Split Screen feature, so you can have the main race video in one window and up to three extra camera views in other windows on the same TV screen. It’s almost like being the director of your own sports broadcast.

RaceView is enabled on Kayo for the three big ones – the 2020 Formula One World Championship, MotoGP World Championship and the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. With each event you’ll be able to watch views from in car with the driver (Co-Pilot View), above the track (Heli-View) or even on board the lightning-fast MotoGP bikes. There’s also the Race Centre view which brings all the up-to-the-moment stats and leaderboard info together. You can’t do this stuff on regular TV – and that’s what makes Kayo even more essential for motorsport fans.

No Spoilers Option

And to make sure that you won’t have the game ruined if you’re coming in late and watching it hours after it’s happened, Kayo has a unique “No Spoilers” mode (turned on by default) that actively blocks any reporting of final scores on the site while you’re using it (note that to use the Key Moments feature you’ll need to turn off the No Spoilers feature, for reasons that should be obvious!).

Search

One of the more recently launched features, Kayo’s Search feature allows the user to type in the sport, event or league they are looking for and head straight to the content with the click of a button. This means less time trawling through the huge range of sport Kayo offers to find what you’re looking for, and more time enjoying the action.

Kayo has clearly put a lot of thought into features that directly enhance the sport viewing experience, and they’ve very much gotten it right, from what we’ve seen so far.

Even more Features on the Way

Kayo’s quite unique in that it’s a platform that’s been built from the ground up with one purpose in mind – delivering streaming sport to true sports fans as seamlessly as possible, and enhancing the experience with the kinds of features you just can’t get with a TV broadcast. At launch, Kayo incorporated dozens of features big and small, all working together to create a unique sports viewing experience. And the development team at Kayo’s just getting started.

Alongside newly developed apps for in-demand platforms like smart TVs and game consoles, the clever people at Kayo have been coming up with even more enhancements to your viewing experience. You’ll see those appear in the app in the coming months – and there’s a lot to look forward to! A sampling of some upcoming features includes:

  • Expanded casting support including multiple screens
  • Autoplay support
  • Dynamic Kayo Minis – choose 10, 15, 20 minute versions
  • Key Moments enhancements

Can you get Kayo on Telstra?

Getting access to Kayo Sports was recently made even easier for Telstra customers. The sports streaming service can now be added directly to your Telstra bill, enabling you to keep all your payments in one place. And it’s the same great service – you still get the Kayo game-changing features like No Spoilers and Key Moments, High Definition coverage, and the ability to watch on multiple screens, all for the same price. And what’s more, new or existing Telstra customers adding Kayo Sports to their bill will still have the opportunity to make use of the two-week free trial, meaning if you decide the service isn’t for you you can cancel before you pay a cent.

Get Kayo Sports at $15 from Telstra

Stream over 15,000 hours of on-demand sport & catch all the action w/ Kayo! Save $10/mth on Kayo for 12mths. For new & returning Kayo users on a Telstra postpaid plan. Redeem by 30 June.

Kayo – The Pros and Cons

The Good

  • Vast range of sports, available live and on demand
  • Superb high definition picture quality
  • Great interactive features unique to Kayo
  • Low monthly cost for what you get

The Gotchas

  • Best picture & features requires newer devices
  • On demand streaming not available for some sports due to licensing

Kayo Summary: It’s a Knockout!

While we’ve seen attempts at sport streaming services before, they’ve always been very limited – like the narrow focus and availability of Optus Sport, or the deliberately low picture quality of the official AFL Live Pass and NRL digital streaming platforms. Kayo rewrites the rulebook when it comes to sports streaming and make no mistake, this is the game-changer.

With an incredibly low monthly price point, Kayo sits right in the “very affordable” range, substantially cheaper than Foxtel while providing access to literally all the live sports that Foxtel offers, (ESPN, beIN, Fox Sports) and in full high definition. Picture quality is superb, streaming is rock-solid and the added features work really well with the content while never distracting from it. The native device apps provide the missing link in terms of convenience, but it’s already a great experience even in a web browser, and with the Kayo Sports 14 day free trial you can test the service and cancel at anytime.

The final analysis is simple: Kayo is a must-have for any sports fan.

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