Streaming discount for overseas Origin fans

A discount is on offer to entice new subscribers living outside Australia, NZ and Pacific Islands, ahead of the State of Origin coverage.

From Monday, 27 May, Origin fans who are traveling or living outside of Australia, New Zealand and some Pacific Nations* can join the WatchNRL international streaming service and get 50% off their first monthly subscription.

State of Origin, the series that pits state before mate, kicks off June 5, and fans overseas don’t have to forget their origin with a WatchNRL subscription. Queensland will be hoping to bounce back from last year’s defeat while NSW will be out to continue bragging rights.

WatchNRL is the only official international NRL streaming service which ensures Rugby League fans travelling or living abroad * – can watch every game from the 2019 Holden State of Origin Series, plus every match of the 2019 NRL Telstra Premiership, including the Finals and Grand Final, Live and On-Demand.

Thanks to features like instant full match replays, and ‘hide scores’, league fans have the ability to choose when and where they want to start watching, without any spoilers, so they can watch as if it were live.

Subscribing to WatchNRL also means access to FOX League channel content, Australia’s only dedicated Rugby League channel.

League fans who want to take advantage of the limited offer should head to www.watchnrl.com and sign up from May 27 until midnight AEST June 8.

*WatchNRL content will be accessible outside of Australia, New Zealand and the following Pacific Nations – Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, the Cook Islands, East Timor, Solomon Islands, Niue, Nauru, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Northern Marianas, Tokelau, Tahiti, Tuvalu, New Caledonia, American Samoa, Marshall Islands, Palau, and Federated States of Micronesia, Papua New Guinea, Wallis and Futuna, Iles esparses and French Polynesia.

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2 Comments:

  1. What does this have to do with Kayo (which is currently AU only, and won’t show SoO live)? Seems like it’s watchnrl.com, which is entirely separate from Kayo.

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