Kayo to offer free streaming events

Supercars race, the Mt Panorama 500 is the first of select events to be offered for free from Kayo.

Kayo Sports has announced a selection of live sports, entertainment shows, documentaries will be streaming for free.

The first of the Kayo Freebies will be Supercars race, the Mt Panorama 500 starting February 26 via kayosports.com.au and the Kayo Sports app.

Selected A-League and W-League games will also be available with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

Kayo Sports CEO, Julian Ogrin, said: “Kayo has experienced massive subscriber growth over the past two years and is now established as the go-to destination for streaming 50 sports live. We have the biggest line-up of sport from the world’s best producers including FOX Sports, BeIN SPORTS and ESPN, and we are seeing our customer base continue to grow with record audiences for our AFL, NRL, Cricket and motorsport coverage.

“Kayo Freebies is another game-changing moment. We believe Kayo Freebies will increase our audience share for selected events, expand audiences for growing sports and ultimately take Kayo’s subscription growth to the next level.

“Kayo is the unrivalled service for streaming the world’s best sport. We know when people try Kayo, they love the experience. Freebies is a way of bringing even more sports fans closer to our brand, enjoying the best commentators and production, and experiencing our technology, which has been built specifically for streaming live sport.”

Sports fans can access Kayo Freebies by simply downloading the Kayo App and creating an account. Kayo Freebies are free, and no credit card details are required to sign up and start streaming. Freebies will have new live events each month, regular live games from selected sports together with replays, Kayo Minis and special events featuring documentaries and classic matches.

3 Responses

  1. If Kayo’s subscription growth rate was consistently on an upward trend offering Freebies wouldn’t be on their agenda.
    Kayo (and Fox Sports) must be just a little bit concerned about the potential expansion of sports streaming with Stan Sports and Optus Sports looking to develop their sports coverage further in the future.

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