KAYO: Watching sport is good. Streaming sport on Kayo is scary good.

Tips are in, fantasy team selected and beers are in the fridge – it’s time to race home to settle on the couch to see watch your selections fire under the Friday night lights.

Gone are the days of racing the traffic home in order to catch the opening minutes, or else reading about the result in the next day’s paper.

The modern consumer is akin to Buddy Franklin being one on one in the forward fifty when the Swans force a turnover – give it to me now!

Unless you’ve been dwelling in a cave these past few years, you’d be aware that streaming services are bringing about the death of scheduled programming and TV guides, much as your Google Maps app has the UBD (remember those?). Netflix, Hulu and Stan have reared the series-binge generation, in turn forcing existing networks to adapt to their model (see iView, TenPlay and FoxtelNow) to keep content constant and available anywhere, anytime.

But while the movie buffs, TV heads and doco connoisseurs have spearheaded the on-demand revolution, sporting fanatics have been consigned to purchasing expensive cable TV subscriptions or trawling the corners of the web for a grainy Russian bootleg.

Not anymore. Now, the way you watch has changed forever.

Australia’s own “Netflix of Sports” has arrived, bringing with it the most diverse variety of on-demand sports the world has seen.

That means no more getting to the pub early to get a good pozzy, no more checking the TV guide and no need to check Twitter for updates.

With Kayo you can stream over 50 sports live and on-demand, on up to three different devices simultaneously (on the Premium plan).  Compatible with all your favourite mobile devices, web browsers and TV systems, Kayo can display up to four streams at once with Kayo’s innovative SplitView feature. That’s streaming up to 12 matches at once!

Kayo also brings a broad array of innovative user features that prevent spoilers, highlight key moments and include interactive stat graphics for fantasy nuts.

Kayo has partnered with Draftstars to bring Australia’s biggest ever live fantasy sports event, the $200K Kayo Live Final, where some 100 of Australia’s best fantasy players will battle it out for a cut of the largest Australian fantasy prize pool in history.

Sign up to Kayo today to enjoy a 14 day free trial. If you love fantasy and Draftstars, then you’ll love Kayo.

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