Kayo Sports Review & Free Trial Offer

Kayo Sports

Kayo Sports Live Streaming Review

Kayo is a sports, horse racing and poker live streaming service takes all the hassle out of finding live streams on the internet. Everything you need is in one place on Kayo and the costs are extremely affordable.

Designed for not only Australian punters, but sports fans around the world, Kayo is a one-stop destination for all things sports live streaming.

Who is behind Kayo?

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Kayo was designed by Foxtel chief executive Patrick Delaney, which certainly makes for interesting reading.

Given that Foxtel broadcasts sports throughout Australia, Delaney saw a gap in the online market and took it with both hands.

The Australian-run team is hell bent on giving the world the best possible live streaming service with Kayo, all while retaining affordable costs for all involved.

What is Kayo Sports?

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Customers can live stream over 50 sports, and you also have the option of watching a game at a later date.

It’s live and on demand, which means that it doesn’t matter if you can’t watch the game live, you’ll be able to view it at a later date. The best thing of all? There are no spoilers on the website, so any information surrounding your game won’t be shown until it’s viewed.

Which sports are on Kayo?

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You’re probably asking what sports are available to live stream? With over 50 sports available, we won’t list them all. However, here are some of the more popular and more niche sports available.

  • AFL
  • NRL
  • Rugby Union
  • NFL
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Boxing
  • MMA
  • Horse Racing
  • Bowling
  • Darts
  • Extreme Sports
  • Poker
  • Weightlifting

As you can see, Kayo covers just about everything. They have all the major sports from all the major leagues around the world.

You’re not just getting local cricket action, you’re getting IPL, Caribbean League, and international fixtures.

Horse racing is covered, which is terrific for punters, and they even live stream poker.

What devices can I use Kayo to live stream on?

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Priding themselves on offering a comprehensive range of live stream platforms, Kayo can be used on numerous devices.

With Kayo, you can live stream your favourite sporting event via the following methods.

  • Android
  • IOS
  • PC
  • Laptop
  • Selected Android TV’s
  • Selected Samsung TV’s
  • Telstra TV
  • Chromecast
  • Tablets

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What features does Kayo have?

Kayo doesn’t just live stream the game for you, it also has many features to enhance your viewing experience.

You can watch up to four streams at once using the SplitView. This allows you to keep track of more than one game, which is a great deal for customers.

Viewers have the choice to skip through an on-demand game to find the best highlights. The Key Moments function is great for people trying to view the biggest moments of the game, without needing to skip through the entire game.

Interactive Statistics are available, and they’re customised. It’s great for viewers wanting to know all the details about what’s happening in the game.

Kayo Minis is a feature that condenses a game into less than half an hour. Don’t want to sit through a four-hour MLB game? Kayo Minis gives you the best action in a short span, without missing the big moments.

What does Kayo Sports cost per month?

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There is a free 14-day trial for all new customers. If you still want to sign up following your trial, it will be $25 per month for a basic package and $35 a month for a premium account.

The only difference between the basic and premium package is how many devices can use the account.

The basic allows two screens at the same time and the premium allows three.

Overall, the costs for unlimited sports and entertainment live streaming is great value.

Daryl Curnow
About the Author: Daryl Curnow

After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl's tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he's not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.