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How to stream 2023 MLB World Series live in Australia

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After both Championship series went down to the 7th game, it's time for the MLB World Series featuring Texas Rangers vs Arizona Diamondbacks.

No one would have had this World Series line-up on their bingo card as the Diamondbacks only qualified for the playoffs by 1 win, while the Rangers only managed to get to the postseason via a last minute spot in the Wild Card series. There were more favoured teams that won more games throughout the season than these 2 who aren't here at the end.

The Diamondbacks last won the World Series in 2001, while the Rangers have never won it. The Rangers last featured in a World Series in 2011.

MLB World Series Australian TV schedule

Date Match Time (AEDT) How to watch
Wed 1 Nov Texas Rangers vs Arizona Diamondbacks (World Series Game 4) 11:00 AM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Thu 2 Nov Texas Rangers vs Arizona Diamondbacks (World Series Game 5) 11:00 AM Kayo Sports, Foxtel

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How to watch MLB World Series live in Australia

All the World Series games will air live via ESPN in Australia. To access ESPN, you'll need to have a subscription to either Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports or Fetch TV.

Game 1 of the World Series is on Saturday 28 October 2023, with the first pitch at 11am AEDT.

You can also access live games via MLB.TV. There's no indication that Australia will be under blackout restrictions for MLB.TV to watch the World Series.

Live stream MLB World Series with Kayo

Kayo Sports offers MLB World Series games through ESPN. The streaming platform enables you to watch both live and on-demand content. You can access Kayo Sports from a variety of devices, including PCs/Macs, smartphones and laptops, Chromecast, Telstra TV, Apple TV, PS4, PS5, Android TV and select smart TVs.

Kayo offers 3 types of subscriptions. For $25 a month it's available to watch on only 1 device at a time. At $30 a month it's for 2 simultaneous streams and $35 a month to watch on 3 screens at the same time. In addition to all the same sport as Foxtel, you get a host of amazing viewing features unique to Kayo Sports. A 7-day free trial is available for new customers.

This includes SplitView (watch 4 channels at once) a No Spoilers option to hide scores and more.


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Watch MLB World Series on Foxtel iQ

Foxtel iQ offers the MLB World Series games broadcast on ESPN. It is available in the Sports HD package at a minimum total of $77 a month. It is significantly more expensive than Kayo, but you do get more than just sports content with access to entertainment as well.

You can use the Foxtel GO app, free with your subscription, to stream content to your laptop or mobile devices. Simply download the app from Google Play or the App Store and enter your Foxtel ID. To watch from your laptop, check out the Foxtel website.

Stream MLB World Series on Foxtel Now

Baseball fans can also access ESPN via Foxtel Now. You will need the Sport pack on top of the base Essentials pack to be able to add sport to your subscription. That means you'll pay a total of $54 a month to watch the MLB on Foxtel Now. On the bright side, you'll also be able to tune in to Lifestyle and Pop channels. There is no longer a free trial.

Foxtel Now works with a variety of devices, including PCs/Macs, PS4, Telstra TV, Chromecast/AirPlay, smartphones and tablets, as well as the Foxtel Now box.


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Watch MLB World Series on Fetch TV

ESPN is also available in the Fetch TV Vibe channel pack, which costs $6 a month, or the Ultimate pack, which is $20 a month. Your total monthly cost will depend on whether you purchase a Fetch box through a broadband provider or buy it outright.

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    peteJune 17, 2023

    Thanks for your article on MLB.TV subscriptions, particularly the section “Stream games with MLB.TV” at
    You state:
    From the latest news, scores and statistics to live streams of every regular and World Series game, MLB.TV provides baseball fans with everything they need to keep up-to-date with the current season.

    I have subscribed in past years and successfully streamed high quality video live, including post-season. However at the end of last regular season, I received an email from MLB.TV just days before post-season apologising that they hadn’t made it clear that post-season games were not available on MLB.TV. Their web site regarding blackout rules for overseas customers during post-season is still very unclear. My requests for clarification result in automated responses that merely direct me to the blackouts page.

    So, my question to you is, if I subscribe, will I get MLB.TV live streams of the post-season ?

    p.s. to watch the post-season last year, I had to take out an additional subscription to Kayo in Australia. To add more pain, Kayo was only single-streaming playoff games, so when an Astros game went 18-innings, they missed the first 8 innings of the Yankees playoff game.

    You may be interested to learn that MLB.TV has recently made a “Fathers Day” special subscription offer (as at 13/6/2023) – the remainder of the season for US$59.99.

      MarkJune 19, 2023Finder

      Hi Pete,
      As you’ve pointed out, MLB.TV did not show the the postseason games last year after many years of doing so and it was only announced very late in the piece. In fact, the page they had up about this now seems to be inactive on their site.
      According to their site at the time of this response, they are saying all postseason games are available internationally:
      But if they change last minute like they did last year, you might have subscribed for the entire season only to get no access to the postseason games.
      You’d have to do what fits into your budget, but there is the option to subscribe monthly to MLB.TV, which you could do up until the postseason and if it turns out they again don’t show it, then you can switch to a Kayo or Foxtel subscription to watch the postseason and not be paying for 2 subscriptions at once, one of which you wouldn’t be using.
      Hope this helps.

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    SteveOctober 8, 2019

    Does Kayo allow watching missed games- i.e. previously played? I’m specifically asking about the US MLB world series.

      CharisseOctober 9, 2019Finder

      Hi Steve,

      Thanks for reaching out to Finder.

      Yes- with Kayo Sports, replays are available if you missed the MLB Live coverage. You can watch average of 4 regular season games per week, MLB Strike Zone, the MLB Postseason and the MLB World Series.

      I hope this helps.


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