How to set up and watch Kayo Sports on Sony BRAVIA TVs
If you have a Sony BRAVIA TV, you’ll find Kayo Sports ready to go on the homepage.
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Dedicated sports fans have plenty of reasons to try out Kayo Sports. The online platform offers coverage of over 50 sports from all over the world, live and on demand, in HD.
It comes with features like SplitView, which lets you watch up to four videos at once, on the same screen. That means you don't even have to choose between two sports events that are scheduled to take place at the same time.
On the same note, Kayo Sports comes with great device compatibility, so you can watch on a variety of gadgets, from smartphones to smart TVs. If you're a Sony BRAVIA owner, getting started with Kayo Sports is a breeze. You just need to follow a few easy steps.
Step 1. Locate the Kayo Sports app
You'll find the Kayo app ready to go now on your Sony BRAVIA homepage, so you don't even have to install it from the Google Play store.
If for some reason it doesn't appear, you'll need to update the Sony BRAVIA TV software instead, as it's likely out of date. Consult your manual and take the necessary steps listed there.
Note: Kayo Sports is only available on selected Sony BRAVIAs from 2015 onwards. If you have an older model, the app won't be available.
Step 2. Create a Kayo Sports account
Don't have a Kayo Sports account yet? You can't set one up via smart TV, so you will have to use a web browser instead to sign up.
There are two types of Kayo Sports plans available. A Basic subscription lets you watch on two screens at the same time for $25/month. A Premium subscription, meanwhile, costs $35/month and supports three simultaneous streams.
Whichever subscription you choose, new users get a 14-day free trial. If you're still on the fence about the service, you can take this time to decide if it can work for you in the long run.
Step 3. Log in to Kayo Sports and start watching
Once your account is set up, select the Kayo Sports app from the Sony BRAVIA homepage, log in to your account and start streaming. SplitView is only available on Sony BRAVIA 2019 models, while older models only support the standard view – one screen.
Besides SplitView, Kayo Sports also comes with No Spoilers, which lets you hide scores and Interactive Stats, which enables you to explore numbers and figures during a game.
For those short on time, Key Moments lets you jump right to the action that matters in selected match-ups. If you've missed out on a game, you can watch a Kayo Mini – a condensed version which delivers the highlights in 20 minutes or less.
Read more about the online service in our Kayo Sports review.
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