Users will be able to stream events from over 50 sports both live and on demand via Google-powered TVs and devices such as the Nvidia Shield, Nexus Player, Mi Box and Amazon Fire TV, so long as they're running Android TV OS 7.0 or above.
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The expanded device compatibility comes just in time for a huge month of sports on Kayo, with the NRL Telstra Premiership and Toyota AFL Premiership seasons both kicking off in March, along with the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix.
If that sounds right up your alley, you can sign up now for a free 14-day trial with no lock-in contracts on the Kayo Sports website, after which the price becomes either $25 per month (two simultaneous streams) on the Basic plan or $35 per month (three simultaneous streams) on the Premium plan.
You can find out more about Kayo's packages and what they offer at the sign-up links below.
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