Kayo Sports, Australia’s multi-sport streaming service, is now available on Android supported TV devices and Android TVs.
Launching in time for the winter sports, customers with Android TV operating system (OS) devices or Android TVs (available for Android TV OS 7.0 and above), will now be able to instantly stream over 50 sports live and anytime on Kayo.
To enjoy the best experience of Kayo on Android TV, it is recommended customers stream on NVIDIA SHIELD, Nexus Player, MIBOX3 and Fire TV 4K with Android TV OS 7.0 or above.
In addition to Android TV, Kayo’s non-stop sport can be instantly streamed on iOS and Android devices, laptop, PC and on TV with Telstra TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast Ultra with more devices set to be released in 2019.
Customers with Android TV can enjoy Kayo’s unique features like Key Moments, so fans can watch only the best bits of a game, and No Spoilers, which enables viewers to turn off the scores and jump in to watch an event as if it were live. Kayo’s Splitview, where sports fans can stream up to four events on the one screen is supported on selected Android TV devices.
Launching in late November 2018, Kayo is Australia’s multi-sport streaming service with over 50 sports. Kayo features the biggest Australian sports including Aussie Rules, rugby league, Rugby union, cricket and motorsports, as well as the best from overseas like basketball, gridiron, football, golf and tennis – plus additional content only on Kayo.
A massive month of sport has arrived on Kayo with the Super Rugby underway and just around the corner is the season opening Superloop Adelaide 500 (February 28), the NRL Telstra Premiership season (March 14), the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix (March 17) and the Toyota AFL Premiership season (March 21).